"Polish Girls" as written by Temistoclas Hugo Rutili and Glen Sherman....
the words avoid my tongue/ a wish to awake picture-less/
to lean your fever up against mine-

trees are growing from our grave
roots are tangled in our bones.

-polish girls in ruins tease
like Chinese letters left undone/
On a black wall invitation
Say goodnight/before you go

Cut lips on frozen words/ cracked teeth on hard syllables/
Wolf's milk and painted eggs an opium eater's dream

Polish girls in silent tease
ruined and undone

-when the moon decides to show
a writing spiders counts your teeth/
something broke in you before your heart stopped ticking/you go undone
____
cold & quiet/ocean lungs peel away
time & distance a black wall invitation
calm & lost the ripeness of the hour
a black wall invitation say goodnight/baptize this off of me
before we turn bad.


Lyrics submitted by ciofieT

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