This Brooklyn air seems thin and tortured by disease
Let's catch a ride outside disgrace
You name the reasons, it feels so right
Rather feel the seasons with a different light

Let's lift our glass to Milkfoot
She's the one who brought us here
Making life a carnival again
She carries us through turmoil
She carries us through Hell
To the heart of the blackened region where we fell

I packed up all your greens
I know that you're awake
We don't have to stay here anymore
It's no mystical catastrophe
Another bitch has got a hold of me
Another reason to stay home

So raise your glass to Milkfoot
She's the one who brought us here
Making life a carnival again
She carries us through turmoil
She carries us through Hell
To the heart of the blackened region where we fell


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