She said "Answer me this Handsome Jack if your hands weren't tied would you consider me wise enough to see off your fear of heights whether real or imagined or whether flight or fancy? I'll teach you all that this city has taught me, I'll bow you around this city's boundaries"

Tortoise Regrets Hare, Tortoise Regrets Hare, Fox Takes Hare

And I mentioned that I'd seen you in the paper marrying some fool you'd slipped a smile into the picture saying "I am still the same infinite girl that you've all known and are there any regrets here aside my own? I sleep with your songs running up my arms and curling around and keeping me warm"

Tortoise Regrets Hare, Tortoise Regrets Hare, Fox Takes Hare

Hold on hold on

And I tell you don't sell your love short in my prime I was a cruel and cold man but now I am older I present myself much warmer, anxious not to lose out on a year or two's favour for the sake of my red temper and you pressed sea shells in the sand and they spelled out your cruel cruel demands

Tortoise Regrets Hare, Tortoise Regrets Hare, Fox Takes Hare
Fox Takes Hare, Tortoise Regrets Hare


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