Falling In – a song by therapist Tori Olds

August 4, 2016

 Tori Olds, a therapist at Deep Eddy Psychotherapy in Austin, TX, sings a song she wrote called “Falling In”

 

Lyrics:

I’m still here and I’m still trying
To fill my heart to stop the walling in
So, I drop my fear and then I’m flying
Toward the calling and the crying rim
Yeah, I’m finally falling in

And I hear singing behind every door
All the voices of happiness and fear
But the golden music, I’m still diving for
The one true voice that I can’t always hear
Saying, “You are holy, dear”

You can fall into your heart
You don’t have to leave yourself alone
Even if you’ve been harmed by everyone you’ve ever known
They did not know you

And when I fear that I’ll keep on falling
Into a nothingness I cannot bear
There’s a wind, I hear it calling
It carries me as I move through the air
So there is holding here

And then I feel a gentle mending
In the loosening of the pinning down
Why look toward a happy ending
When all we need is to begin somehow
And it’s beginning now

You can fall into your heart
You don’t have to leave yourself alone
Even if you have harmed everyone you’ve ever known
You did not know you
You didn’t know you
You did not know you
Know you
Know you

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