be weary of blood cells,
drawn in black and white,
save you from yourself,
by way of empty sky,
you trace lines with such great expertise,
chronic pain from the kissing disease,
take it slow, ease yourself from denial,
you, right there, with the disposable smile x3

you and i so perfectly intertwined,
on a ride to search for the perfect sun,
take my palm, i am so frightened and blind,
you, right there, with your disposable smile x3

you, right there, you're just a face in a crowd,
standing there like something's perfectly high up,
you prepare and give us nothing in return,
you right there with the disposable burns,
take me home and leave me hanging at the door,
you, that way, have always been hard to ignore x2

you trace lines with such great expertise,
chronic pain from the kissing disease,
take it slow, ease yourself from denial,
you, right there, with your disposable smile x5


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    General Commenti absolutely love this song.
    socoldwordsfrozeon January 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI would simply like to point out that although this song is written, performed, and recorded by Daniel Hunter, formerly known as PlayRadioPlay! It is actually released under the name of his new musical project/ name Analog Rebellion.
    mnemonic345on November 20, 2010   Link
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    General Comment thanks mnemonic345 for pointing that out. it's such a painful song...i refuse to look at love that way.
    rhcpdmbloveron November 20, 2010   Link

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