Yeah we laughed at the band
Your hand burned in my hand
Ran out when they start
With a rock in my heart
Killed when we killed
And we swallowed our pills
But our mothers made sure we'd have an emergency

Singing in the rain
Cryed tears when they came
We watched and wait
Started over again

Goodbye pharmacy Jane
Thank you please come again
What's the use of a life so well lived
If no one remembers your name

Were lost out of plans
We forgot how to land
So we spun out in circles
Of red, greens and purples

Fell on our knees
And we prayed the TV's
And we stepped on the cracks
Button down all the hatches
We howled at the moon
We weren't anywhere at noon
With a crash and a boom
You could bring down the room

Goodbye pharmacy Jane
Thank you please come again
What's the use of a life so well lived
If no one remembers your name

And the lights go down on sleepy streets
And a million fires still burn inside the lifes we left behind
When we shook of the chains
Like a dog in the rain
And you rattle eyed snakes
When they cut your breaks

We were restless and scared
Being cared for and shared
And we bit out the skies
Punched out paper bags

We were made at the world
And like a spoiled little girl
You were hell fire cursed
All covered in dirt

Goodbye pharmacy Jane
Thank you please come again
What's the use of a life so well lived
If no one remembers your name

And the lights go down on sleepy streets
If no one remembers your name


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