And you never come home anymore, like you were supposed to
Every cell in your bones is the same as your heart

Everyday, there is danger and stress
An incongruous mess that you’re living in
You’ve turned into it
It’s swimming through you veins from your heart to your brain
You’ve turned into it

It’s the world’s worst birthday gift

A fifties film shows the evil man’s face
As he claws and he scrapes at your memories
There’s no memory
And the film is so old that the projector is ripping your history

It’s the world’s worst birthday gift

But you never come home anymore, like you were supposed to
Every cell in your bones is the same as your heart
It’s the world’s worst birthday gift you know that you’ll never have use for it
But it’s smaller that our eyes can see, just like the stars

Hey, that’s where it ends

Oh how much will it take
I will sit in the stirrups, my legs clenched so tight that they ache
Were you begging for clothes on your knees by fiery swords at the gates
Even in eden the evil snuck in with the snake

That’s where it ends

A broken cheek you received ‘cause you fell from your personal hell in your birthday suit
And it’s kill you like a straw that could crack the proverbial back, and it fell on you

It’s the world’s worst birthday gift

But you never come home anymore, like you were supposed to
Every cell in your bones is the same as your heart
It’s the world’s worst birthday gift you know that you’ll never get used to it
But it’s smaller that our eyes can see, just like the stars


Lyrics submitted by ccockerill

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