Broke my foot, I heard it snap.
The body swells up to protect.
But this isn't only the case for bones.
We fatten in places worn or overexposed.

Gathering on rooftops with bottles and fireworks.
Charging through unlocked doors and breaking what is not ours.

Well this isn't only the case for bones. We fatten in places worn or overexposed.
We're over exposed. Scratch from the tenor to the baritone.
Remove the surface, what's there is overgrown. It's overgrown.
Oh, the company I seek, do you allow me to hear or are you deafening?

We switch from poison to toxin,
never seeking the meaning, only the feeling
and it's because if I can't taste love,
I can't taste anything.

We are all discovering grey hairs in our red beards

We're overexposed, we're overexposed.
Scratch from the tenor to the baritone.
Remove the surface, what's there is overgrown. It's overgrown.
Oh, the company I keep, do you allow me to hear
or are you deafening?

Dangling from rooftops holding lit fireworks.
Falling from rooftops throwing lit fireworks.



Lyrics written by: Richard Nuttall and Jay Reid


Lyrics submitted by jsparisinflames

Thornberry song meanings
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