I watched the sunset on, your broken body
Leather upholstered seats seared to blood and flesh
The blood that flows through my, fucking veins.

This metal casket your final resting place

Winter never burned this hot,
This city has a black out,
Cause winter never burned this hot.

Where are you now? Six feet fucking under,

I never got a chance to say goodbye

So we kiss the blessed, and douse the fucking rest.

You cleansed yourself in a gasoline shower.

Cause winter never burned this hot before,
This city has a black out.
Cause all that’s left,
After the dust has settled,
Is ruin.

Cause I never got a chance to say goodbye.
Winter never burned this hot before.

It was a murder.

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