The piss, the puissant, and a crowded street
Dejected, lost, but a crumpled meet
The night caresses but it never kiss
Like taking children out to sink by the sea

I know I’m right, but I feel like I’m wrong
I know I’m trying, but I feel like I’m not

I know, I’m making my way out of town
You won’t see me now
I’m making my way out of town
I’m breaking away out now

Aghast, the king’s tried a crystal queer
Crime, a notion, then a malicious deer
A cuss it quavers down the language shoo
To live and fight a war you know you’ll lose

I know I’m wrong, but I feel like I’m right
I know I’m not, but I feel like I'm trying

I know, I’m making my way out of town
You won’t see me now
I’m making my way out of town
I’m breaking away out now

Dime novel speak for “tide and lone beach”
Adapting the kitsch a fabulist needs
A scholar aloud: “Diamond in heat”
I kid; the condescending legal lies
They constantly save kings and…

Christ,
I know, I’m making my way out of town
Take me now
I’m making my way out of town
Take me now
I’m breaking away out now


Lyrics submitted by fakhrirasyidi

Twice (Rung The Ladder) song meanings
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