I’m building the bridge again;
I take the stones up to the ledge and drop them to the river there below.
I’ve soldered all the limbs;
This bone-invested whirlwind;
This mortar plate glass egg embezzlement.
I carry my full share.
I pull and scratch, bite and tear.
I weave a bankrupt absolution in.
This tombstone aftermath of insignificant heart attacks;
This appendage of resolution.

I’m building the bridge again.
Reload the foxholes,
With an air we can’t breathe.
Bite your tongue while you still can,
This royal shielded infirmary.
I paint the targets red,
Like the Mediterranean sea.
They all know the lines so well,
This parade belongs on puppet string.


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Insignificant Heart Attacks song meanings
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