We were strung out art students, sick with ambition, but so tired.
We, we, we were teenage lyrics, stumbling and naive, but so inspired.
And it tasted like poison but we still drank til we were full, til we were full
cause we had that death wish and it was inescapable

And we both could’ve sworn it was love. Yeah we both could‘ve sworn it was love.


But there are strangers in our beds now, and that poison’s left our heads now, so we’re both strangers now, now, now.
Yeah, there are strangers in our beds now, and new poison’s filled our heads now, so we’ve become strangers now.

It was an urgent note that can’t help but be off-time.
Now it’s a bitter cold that keeps the warmth out of our nights,
And we never knew how wrong we were, yeah, we never knew how wrong we were, and I still don’t know how wrong we were.
Yeah, we never knew how wrong we were, yeah, we never knew how wrong we were, and I still don’t know how wrong we were,
But if you’re really never coming back, just tell me that you love me. I don’t care if you mean it, just tell me That you love me, yeah, and you always will.

But there are strangers in our beds now, and that poison’s left our heads now, so we were both strangers now, now, now.
Yeah, there are strangers in our beds now, and new poison’s filled our head now, so we’ve become such strangers now, now, now………..


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