Climb, climb, Triceratops
Your daydreams cease to be
A rope broke, releasing knots
Emitting glitter sprees

Dive, dive, I'll meet you there
Let's blow our brains and freeze
I'll wear the green badge that you made for me
It glows in the dark you'll see

Early June breeze in the sun we can lie here for
Days upon end with friends near the sea
Follow zig-zags, a typewriter click-clacks our time
Gotta take notes or we'll leave them behind

Blue, green and yellow pens
Blew up in my bag again
The books stained, the pages stuck
A library fine for me

I buy them new copies from
A car boot sale for cheap
It costs less and nobody notices
I'm lucky

I keep throwing back a day
Falling asleep on trains
It's only two o'clock
Camouflage has disappeared

Can I write about this time
Many people will believe this
Repeat and start again
Your script is weak

Early June breeze in the sun we can lie here for
Days upon end with friends near the sea


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