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When she gets old and gray,
I'll let her know I have to pull on this sleigh
and underline examples of all that's been,
and tell her diseases, diseases come and go.

Sun keeps beating your head,
time keeps slipping away.
The truth gets harder to find,
meanwhile your lungs keep breathing.
Well it seems natural to me that we'll be falling over
through the confines of the weak,
a recipe for disaster.

And now the price is your life,
why don't you open your eyes?
This twisted sin for disease seems to have brought rebellion.

(low-key talking)

And now the price is your life,
why don't you open your eyes?
This twisted sinful disease seems to have brought rebellion.

I know a thing or two about you,
Go fuck yourself, but tell me the truth.
Is this a sign of things to come?
'Cause if it is, I'm gonna play dumb
before I'm sorry I asked.

I wish you all would die.
They're selfish reasons, I know,
but I wish you all would die,
'cause everything's [backwards.]
I wish you all would die.
They're selfish reasons,
but I wish you all would die,
'cause everything's backwards.

There's too much bullshit,
that I keep digesting.
This is too much bullshit.

And now the price is your life,
why don't you open your eyes?
This twisted sinful disease seems to have brought rebellion.

Sun keeps beating your head,
time keeps slipping away.
The truth gets harder to find,
meanwhile your lungs keep breathing.


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    General CommentFrom Sinchcast

    The lyrics were really hard to understand, so I hope I got them all right.

    This may have to do with accepting death and disease
    halberd25on March 28, 2006   Link

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