Set on your knees and pray passionately still,
Commit to saline strays.
Reminding I of every cheap Virgin Mary,
In our dreams and traced lines.
Our mothers eyes shine like summer.
But I'm whispers in winter,
I'm winter.

Put you out,
Like Christmas night.
Vitamin and wine,
Vicodin and wine
I've finally felt you out.

The sun king's crying now,
losing faith in his crown.

Sit on your knees and prey,
To sit and watch you eat,
Feeding me, feed your needs.
Let's make a toast,
Get carried away,
In your dreams and your traced lines.
Dance a two step,
With three legs in close quarters,
Spent shells and soft cotton,
Tear drops and rock bottom.

Oh, and they'll say
Woe, woe, woe. (What was)

Turn you on,
Like Christmas lights.
Vitamins and wine,
Vicodin and wine.

Put you out,
Like Christmas night.
Vitamins and wine,
Vicodin and wine.

I've picked your place in the sea,
Holding your hands,
At the bottom with me.
We walked like shining lepers among them,
Hiding our sickness and shaking hands.
I've finally felt you out.
We watched the flood choke the ground,
The leaves make an abstraction,
A beautiful distraction.
Your lips pull and engine of lies.
It reminds me of that,
I felt you out.


Lyrics submitted by Gothy_Bura

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