"Survival of the Fondest" as written by and Benjamin William Kotin Nathan Alan Derby....
Add it up and that’s everything you are
Subtract the laughs and the meaningless parts
So scared when I think of that afternoon air
Cause reminiscing like this is so rare
I wonder just how many times I lied
I’d like to know when I die

So add it all up and tell me what you’ve found
And above the place where the corpses dwell
You’ll write your answer into the ground
But no one gives a fuck about that smell
That fills the air when you’re in hell
No one even cares here if you couldn’t tell

How do I make them stay?
How do I make it okay?
Write it down cause when your heart bursts
They’ll all float away

So add it up and that’s everything you are
Subtract the laughs and my favorite parts
And is that all that’s left when life is gone?


Lyrics submitted by eltroyo11

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