I see stars awaken to the moonlight
Into the hasn't happened yet
The sky blooms, dividing down the sunlight
Alive but sometimes I forget

Let me be your cigarette

I hear bones of an old angel creaking
Long feathered fingers wet with grieving
Heaven is spinal white baby teeth
We've no need for eyes when we are everything

Let me be your cigarette
You're alive but sometimes I forget
Let me be your cigarette

Like a virgin on the tongue of baphomet
Let me be your cigarette
As the dogs rise up screaming and swallow the sunset
Let me be your cigarette

Let me be your cigarette
You're alive but sometimes I forget
Let me be your cigarette


Lyrics submitted by BrandyPantz, edited by virtuallypainless

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