So now she is turning a corner
Wants to leave me again
Though it's sad, I really should warn her
You can only break up so many times
Before losing us to absurdity
Without becoming farcical she said
How can we continue if you're telling the truth and I still don't believe you

So now she is getting tired
Wondering if it's a peak or precipice
And just how to labor forward
When her man is a mess and never there
Though it's sad apart but it's
Much worse together in silence
Because more than just civility
We need laughter, happiness, madness, anything

Our love is senile
Like a blind child bumping into walls
Say it's not guilt keeping us together
How can we support each others' wills?
Our love is senile
Like we don't recognize each other
Somehow we've relapsed to being strangers
We're scuttling reptiles in our sacred realm

Now it's time to play the socialist
And protect our little chick from our problems and confusion
This evasiveness is no solution


Lyrics submitted by lisasonoda, edited by asocialism, Mellow_Harsher, inboccaallupo

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    General CommentOur love is senile
    Like a blind child bumping into walls
    Say it's not guilt keeping us together
    How can we support each others' wills?
    Our love is senile
    Like we don't recognize each other
    Somehow we relapsed to being strangers
    We're scaling black tiles in our sacred realm


    best lyrics ever for someone who has been left broken and confused.
    AntiGravityTapeson October 27, 2013   Link

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