don't have to hide it anymore
our death by misadventure
the note you left me on the door said "go away i'm sleeping"
so i'd leave, but i believe that you been entertaining someone else
so i do what i think i'm supposed to, and i entertain myself

don't have to bother anymore
our death by misadventure
the scribbled pages on the floor
all full of hope and sadness
and someday, we can write a book that tells of all the stupid things we've done
and when when we do you know that we won't get away
without offending some

don't have to hide it anymore
our death by misadventure
the note you left me on the door said "come on in, it's open"
when i do, the smell of you with lavender comes at me like a truck
you know it never ever lasts quite long enough
and that is just my luck
you know it never ever lasts quite long enough
and that is just my luck
you know it never ever lasts quite long enough
and that is just my luck


Lyrics submitted by TheWrongGirl

Death by Misadventure song meanings
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