Two kids in the park
And kissing
(???) and black coffee
Suitcase full of looks
To study
And the curvy pink accent
Bookish boy and me
And nothing
Every bus stop is the same
Phone bill broke the bank
And so on
Magazine article reads

Bruise grey covers everything
And everyone everywhere anyway
Every day

Everyone gets old
God willing
What a fatalist reprieve
Strict nine for a meal
But growing
Gotta be the inertia
No one buys her drinks
So quitted
Never was one to sulk well
All the eggshell friends
Too nervous
But we tiptoe oh so well

Bruise grey covers everything
And everyone everywhere anyway
Every day

Another thick smokestack day
And waiting
And the park kids they still kiss
Getting up to sunset
But covered
By a viscus sky of
Tin

Bruise grey covers everything
And everyone everywhere anyway
Every day


Lyrics submitted by Christa426

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    General CommentI noticed this song wasn't up here. I don't know if it's a cover or not, but I posted what I heard. Please correct me!
    Christa426on December 17, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI don't believe it's a cover. According to WIKI: "Bruise Grey" is a remake of one of the band's earlier songs which had appeared on their demo disc.

    Either way I still love it. I can't find which song it's a remake of though. That requires some deep digging of all their stuff that doesn't really get out there too much.
    SyrupCakeon September 01, 2012   Link

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