The second that you came around I knew that this would work because we were golden, like southern California. And all my life I've waited for a love that could not be ignored in good conscience, a love I could ascend to.

Let's never let our day jobs get us down. Sometimes we stay in bed as long as our schedules allow it, And I don't really see the problem with it. Throw your hands up, throw your inhibitions out. I don't really see the problem with it.

I've been working hard you see, And dirtied my hands on the necks of old identities, all the things I used to be. Because love is like the angry sea and I've been drowned and baptized it's the same to me, when it pulls you underneath. And soon our love will turn us on.

Sometimes we stay in bed as long as our schedules allow it, I don't really see the problem with it. My heart exploded, now it's like there's blood and love all over the floor. I don't really see the problem with it.


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