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She’s just a lemon that’s twisted up in sheets
Failing to notice anyone that she meets
Puzzles start in pieces just collect your limbs
This unattractiveness brought you to him

Cause your smile’s what haunts and makes him thin
He’s a ghost looking for a body and he’ll get under your skin
And will it hurt, and can you stand to shout your lungs out to him
And won’t you please just come home again.

She’s walking uptown but she’s looking down
She’s wearing sunblock but the day is done
He falls for her because he wants to see
Her colours change just like the autumn leaves.

Cause your smile’s what haunts and makes him thin
He’s a ghost looking for a body and he’ll get under your skin
And will it hurt, and can you stand to shout your lungs out to him
And won’t you please just come home again.

Cause your smile’s what haunts and makes him thin
He’s a ghost looking for a body and he’ll get under your skin
And will it hurt, and can you stand to shout your lungs out to him
And won’t you please just come home again.


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