"Sugar Pills" as written by and Marcus Congleton....
Skin has parted now even as she choked
Calm, she collected the dramatic effect on me
Only the purest of killers could love
The soft strain of the requiem
And I'm keeping perfect time

A song is tasteful on her tongue now
That it's trapped beneath my feet
And that's all I have to say
I'll miss your jagged lips bent around a cigarette
As I whisper our duet

For all of the pain and suffering
It's the least she can do to relieve this hurt
But I'll leave it all behind at the scene of the crime
Where she found her wedding ring tied to a
Tied to a promise six feet underground

A song is tasteful on her tongue now
That it's trapped beneath my feet
And that's all I have to say
I'll miss your jagged lips bent around a cigarette
As I whisper our duet

Every imperfection is a solemn stare
To suffocate the fall and blanket the burial
It's a saccharine smile that I refuse to wear
It's all I hear anymore
So just let it go
Like your gravestone is weathered by the snowfall

A song is tasteful on her tongue now
That it's trapped beneath my feet
And that's all I have to say
I'll miss your jagged lips bent around a cigarette
As I whisper our duet, yeah
Yeah


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