"Lazy Suicide" as written by Joseph Ross Westerlund, Bradley William Cook and Phil Cook....
Lazy suicide
Weak formaldehyde
You could wake up if you tried

Won't have promises
Broken, record skips
You could stop it if you tried
You can't look me in the eye

Tie that old mare up and cut its reins
Take your guilt and flush it through your veins
By and by your hope, it travels thin
Salvage what you can and start again

Lazy suicide
Promise compromised
You could keep it if you tried

Problems amplified
Same wide-eyed reply
You can't see what you deny
You can't look me in the eye

Tie that old mare up and cut its reins
Take your guilt and flush it through your veins
By and by your hope, it travels thin
Salvage what you can and start again

Lazy suicide
Patterns multiply
You could change 'em if you tried

Faded sympathy
Forced to disagree
Godspeed hunting your decree
Hope one day you'll finally see

Tie that old mare up and cut its reins
Take your guilt and flush it through your veins
By and by your hope, it travels thin
Salvage what you can and start again


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