"Colorguard" as written by and Sebastain Bailey Ryan Wilson....
Lesson one: Don't move your mouth
And don't you roll those eyes about
The motor-killer-colorguard
The fourteen-lover-mother-march

Love me good; don't let the water in
Love me good; are you a murder, friend?
Love me good; don't let the water in
Love me good

I'm shaking beds out in my hall
I'm stacking chairs against my wall
I fashion threadcount tourniquets
For pale imposter bedmate necks

So love me good; don't let the water in
Love me good; are you a murder, friend?
Love me good; don't let the water in
Love me good

Lesson one: don't move your mouth
Lesson two: just spit it out.


Lyrics submitted by satansaiddance

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