"A Mouthful of Loose Teeth" as written by David Alexander John Mcpherson and Ben Konstantinovic....
Farewell the wilderness hand in hand
So long brother, the matriarch's planned
Secret gifts from the market stand
As me and my beloved stroll towards the east for badlands
At the end of the subway the antagonist
Intimidating in this urban abyss
Red skin, meat scars, drunken cocaine hiss
It's pretty gritty but a part of us will always resist

They imply to my inamorata the unthinkable
But this ship is unsinkable (It's best to ignore these pricks)

Stop pushing me and stop scaring her
All these people all around me think they'll damage my love
Leave her alone, take it out on me
Take me instead, it makes me wonderfully sick

A mouthful of blood and loose teeth
The ruptured vessels hidden beneath
The adrenalin dismisses the scars
We still know exactly what they are
The first time they lay eyes on you
They think they should say something clever (But we can rise above together)

Stop pushing me and stop scaring her
All these people all around me think they'll damage my love
Leave her alone, take it out on me
Take me instead, it makes me wonderfully sick

It's always the same
Weakness in numbers versus proud
A very sober game
No silver lining in British clouds
Break my face
Ribs are shattered
Putty flesh, violent embrace

Stop pushing me and stop scaring her
All these people all around me think they'll damage my love
Leave her alone, take it out on me
Take me instead, it makes me wonderfully sick


Lyrics submitted by captainalaric

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