well I've climbed your
plastic buildings
flew over your skies
high on helium
turned the shadows into
kaleidoscope colors
watched as your city
your pretty city
lit up like lightning rainstorms
so now we sit in this movie
having our candlelight dinners
watching sunday morning cartoons
listening to the weather
sometimes I feel like I'm walking
on a tightrope
in a complete circle
so I keep my paper dolls
and my crayons
close to heart
and take a blind dive
into the center of you
splash splash splash
your rubber soul is so thick
crystal clear fuses I drown
in your bath water
so now you've cut me down to size
this size doesn't fit your foot
milk me like olive oil cream pies
send me to the kingdom of fruits
but let me blurt out one last thing
before I leave this place
at least the end of the world
is something
we can all
do together



Lyrics submitted by Mikkel

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