"Porcupine" as written by James Patrick Glennie, Lawrence Gott and Timothy Booth....
Knock, Knock, Knock
My house is always open
I shield myself with quills and feints and lies
I can put on quite a show, but inside I'm broken
Porcupine, porcupine

Here it comes again
Here it comes again
Here it comes again

Please don't stop, you'll get past my defenses
My body armor's plated all the time
I got away with it once, but I soon became addicted
Porcupine, porcupine

At the edge of the world
Leave my things by the door
I surrender control
Diving into the fall

At the edge of the world
Leave my things by the door
I surrender control
Diving into the fall

Here it comes again
Here it comes again
Here it comes again

On my back, the weight of my offenses
You're a skunk and I'm a porcupine
Our weaponry's evolved from heightened senses
Porcupine, porcupine

At the edge of the world
Leave my things by the door
I surrender control
Diving into the fall

At the edge of the world
Leave my things by the door
I surrender control
Diving into the fall

Here it comes again
Here it comes again
Here it comes again

Here it comes again
Here it comes again
Here it comes again


Lyrics submitted by bhrailaeny

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