When candy was a remedy,
We'd make it up,
We'd destroy ourselves in the yard,
I held you in a wooden place,
I was hungry then
It was hours before it went dark
Oh wonder woman, wonder me
You bewitched me with your gold and blue from the start

"kin-kon-kan-kon kaneganaru
kin-kon-kan-kon kaneganaru"

When Pluto was demoted
I felt a sigh of relief, I never knew why
Like all things in The Quickening,
We share the fallen few
"there can be only one"

"kin-kon-kan-kon kaneganaru
kin-kon-kan-kon kaneganaru"

And when at night I'd find that silent space
Where I'd gouged my heart for you
Where dreams dwelled safe is now a dangerous place
For idle thoughts anew

"kin-kon-kan-kon kaneganaru
kin-kon-kan-kon kaneganaru"

Memories over taken by
The desire to throw them away and into the sky
Bound by the Newtonian
He says what must go up must always come down

("Kin-kon-kan-kon is Japanese onomatopoeia for the sound of bells, "kaneganaru" translates as "the bells ring")


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