you long for a bar with a quiet room but no one's gonna treat you like a kid that way you've got trouble enough since you fucked the landlord you're breaking like eggshells from under the car door the grains of regret still blooming in her face now nothing is settled so that makes you nervous cause you won't be so lucky when they figure it out and your hand moves so slightly she'd scarcely notice what you call audacious dear i barely count and i won't be there when you change your mind but if your heart should change i guess i might be found whether covered up with lies under paint that never dries it'll take a damn good disguise to live this one down now you run very slowly but not without purpose you step in a verse you walk always in rain and me some small token of your inaffection that lingers unwelcome and then drifts away we deferred to your parents who gladly consented though you were pretending and i really meant it you turn a blind eye to a blank wall and that's our life hey you're killing me with protocol she acts just like she's seen it all but i don't think she's seen this a big shot at the mini mall you learned it all before you could crawl it don't make you a genius now the obsessives tribunal has brought you to trial for an in gratitude that surprises even yourself and the things you were given that you claim to find vial you cling to like cancer impeaching your health and i do not wish this misery upon you oranyone else that it might desire though it is my fear darling that it will choose you and it is my fear darling that you will requite it


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