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and in the spider's belly, the bones of the butterfly

flight breaks the outer limits fade
and inner lights on thin ice slowly undone
beyond my eyes like deadly infants
with limbs of frequency scream begins
i'd like to fallout the infant's mind
so blind, so dimmed, forever
and mind what's gone
smelling lightless ties
you need not undo much

say it brother, what if they...
something's not quite right, hear me
feed the anger feel the pain
of midnight sunshine gone away
pain, pain go away
seethe again to see the day
and what was once a monster's taste that sees
that nothing lasts forever

gray now see me out to sea
gray now see me out to see me


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    Lyric Correctionflight breaks the outer limits fade
    and inner lights on thin ice, slowing
    on down,
    beyond,
    my eyes
    like deadly infants
    with limbs of frequency scream begins
    i'd like to fall
    but the infant's mind
    so blind, so DIMD, forever
    and minE was gone
    smelling meek this dies
    you need not, a devil. HA!

    say it mother, what if they...
    something's not quite right, hear me
    feed the anger, feel what made
    the midnight sunshine gone away
    pain, pain go away
    see again to see the day
    in what was once a monster stays
    and sees that nothing lasts forever

    grey now see me out to sea
    grey now see me out to see me
    heltir1723on July 08, 2011   Link
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    General CommentAh, this song was misspelled by the author I think. The word 'smogharp' is spelled with two a's and 'haarp' is supposed to be written in all caps.

    So the title should be SmogHAARP. Just a clarification. That's why spell check is so useful, you know.
    DrGarlicon August 16, 2011   Link

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