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We begin with singletons, sages, and the onionskin on
Those of heart beat back the buried sunshine
Yeah, That's how it is.
Aggressive summers
Broken windows, silence
Breaks the coming thunder.
Aren't we silly filled with hope and bandages?

Oh oh (oh oh)
All our lives in pearls
Oh oh (oh oh)
All our afternoons sitting on setting suns
If there's really nothing going wrong
Then there's really nothing going on.

We have eyes of stealing will, we are born
To kill and we will.
All our muscles, ruffled feathers are fear

Here completely. It beats me, keeps me and
Leaves me like a love.
Aren't we silly filled with hope and bandages?

Oh oh (oh oh)
All our lives in pearls
Oh oh (oh oh)
All our afternoons setting on setting suns
If there's really nothing going wrong
Then there's really nothing going on

Oh oh oh

You and me
And everyone
Everyone that we know knows it's done
Aren't we silly filled with hope and bandages?

Oh oh oh
Oh oh oh oh oh oh

Cant's are filled with walls
Cant's are filled with walls


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    General CommentActual lyrics from the Maritime website:
    We begin with sages and the onionskin
    Heartbeats back the first bite and the original sin
    That's how it is.
    Survival of the fittest till were all outdone.
    When there is no counting, who is number one
    Who can feel the sun?

    All our lives in peril,
    With all our lives in stone.
    You and me and everyone and everyone
    That you know knows it.

    We begin with sages and the onionskin.
    When there is no counting who is remembering
    Who can feel it end?

    Everyone you know knows it's done.
    distraktionon December 15, 2007   Link
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    General CommentOops. That was actually for Peril...
    They're just too similar.
    distraktionon December 15, 2007   Link

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