You turn me on the way old friends do.
You disappear and I would die to follow you.
And suck my blood, the way great lovers do.
But when we kiss I feel the disease,
Your hearts vacuum.

Blow her out like smoke,
With a somatic cough.
She dissipates in the air,
It's over now when I exhale.

Crash my car.
I'll stay down whatever you are.
You cripple me and I crawl back in your jar.

Blow her out like smoke,
With a somatic cough.
She dissipates in the air,
It's over now when I exhale.

(I just breath)

Blow her out like smoke,
With a somatic cough.
She dissipates in the air,
It's over now when I exhale.

Blow her out like smoke,
With a somatic cough.
She dissipates in the air,
It's over now when I exhale.

(I just breath)


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    General CommentThis is the wrong song.

    The lyrics are:

    You ride in on that high horse,
    And smile for the camera,
    With a mouth full of pearls.
    And those bright lights, dilate your eyes.
    The hills are alive with you private school girls.
    And I thank god,
    That I am the salt of the earth.

    Hold back your hair,
    You've got this curse on your sleeve,
    But you wear it so well.
    When we collide the world caves in. (on us)

    Lying awake, waiting for dawn to fill a hole in my head.
    Cause I get so fucking numb,
    Watching the static when the airwaves are dead.
    Thanking god for the end of the earth tonight.

    Hold back your hair,
    You've got this curse on your sleeve,
    But you wear it so well.
    When we collide the world caves in. (on us)

    I forgot why I came here in the first place.
    I forgot why I was ever born in the first place

    Hold back your hair,
    You've got this curse on your sleeve,
    But you wear it so well.
    When we collide the world caves in. (on us)
    somethingelse_on July 16, 2009   Link

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