Morning comes in and we rendezvous
In the streets of golden honeydew
Never have I come so close to charming you
Coupled eyes, coupled eyes, coupled eyes

When the sun's fallen beneath the sky
Electric bricks arrange from you to I
Fingers spread like stems and become intertwined
I could die, I could die, I could die

Speak, a heart is waking up
Or keep a part that's taken up
Broken limbs will mend, my friend
We're tying off the ends

So it's been a spell and qualms are thin
Though restive butterflies, alive, still spin within
Praying stomachs are acknowledged safehavens
To the songbirds that orbit my head

Thoughts are never voiced unless in jest
Leaving one to his own devices
Short-circuiting in a convoluted mess
Five seconds left! Which wire is it? I'll try the red!

Precious time wasted pretending
That things were rising to the top
But you were never condescending
I wish we'd fought
I wish we'd fought

Speak, a heart is waking up
(To clocks that never lie)
Or keep a part that's taken up
(A soldier on the side)
Broken limbs will mend, my friend
(Time and time again)
We're tying off the ends


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