[Verse 1] Dm G C Am Remember when your sister packed a bag and ran away. Dm G C Am She said if you kept quiet, she'd be back for you someday. F G Am But you missed her, so you told Grandma Marie, Bb F C Bb F C who giggled as she poured you out a mug of thick and sour rosy tea. [Verse 2] Dm G C Am Remember how you watched the horses chase her through the woods. Dm G C Am Riderless and pale, they drove her all the way back home. F G Am And Mama tied her so she couldn't see, Bb F C Bb F C and everyone in town gathered around that blackened nasty dirty tree. [Chorus] Bb F C You couldn't cry, you were too young. Bb F C You wanted to scream but your mouth went dumb. Bb F C Dm And every sip you took of it made you feel more numb. Bb C F She had become what she was from. [Verse 3] Dm G C Am Remember six years later when you finally had to run, Dm G C Am when her memory seemed to set upon your mind with each day's sun. F G Am But as you ran you saw Grandma Marie, Bb F C Bb F C who giggled with her finger in her ear at something that you couldn't see. [Verse 4] Dm G C Am Remember her old screeching voice behind you as you flew Dm G C Am through the swamps and ashen husks of stumps where trees once grew. F G Am She screamed, “My son, you will be back in time. Bb F C Bb F C Your master isn't in a swamp; you cannot run from what is in your mind.” [Chorus] Bb F C They were right and now you've come. Bb F C You want to scream but your throat's gone dumb. Bb F C Dm And every sip you take of it, your body becomes more numb. Bb C F Now you are what you are from. Bb C F Now you are what you are from.