Hey, darling, you've got no grand loyalty
You're just lost in the supermarket
Getting hard destructed on chemical things
Late at night, when your makeup runs
I can still see those seams
From the mold of your mother and father
When they poured you right here in the street

Well, no one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better
No one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better
I'm going to lean on you 'til I learn my lines
I'm going to learn them right down to the letter
No one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better

Oh, what a friendly face
Oh, what an empty place
Full of lips and cigarettes and empty store-front space
Swallowed aching lightning of your pain
Sleeping to a fit of Hydromet
These people are not your friends
They're just tired people with tired plans

Well, no one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better
No one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better
I'm going to lean on you like I do sometimes
I'm going to learn it right down to the letter
No one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better

Hey, darling, you've got no grand loyalty
You're just lost in the supermarket
Getting hard destructed on chemical things
Late at night, when your makeup runs
I can still see those seams
From the mold of your mother and father
When they poured you right here in the street

Well, no one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better
No one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better
I'm going to lean on you like I do sometimes
I'm going to learn it right down to the letter
No one ever wakes up; nothing ever gets better


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