i saw you with ten years past,
you didn't seem to know me
your hands on your sides,
you had pride in your new form
and how you noticed me noticing

big bulging eyes like frogs in the hands of boyhood, boyhood
big bulging eyes like frogs in the hands of boyhood, boyhood
big bulging eyes like frogs in the hands of boyhood, boyhood

could you at least stay here with me?
my head fell onto broken down boxes
you're climbing up the stairs, i've lost this
wait up
wait up
this can't be happening again
i swear i'll love you my best friend

big bulging eyes like frogs in the hands of boyhood
wake up older and older and older
i was so ready to become something i could've never been born
obesity is something one should never ever think about
you're leaving and i'll retreat to the smallest place i know
and in this "calm-down" again
i'll probably figure out a plan
that if my stomach feels as upset as me
then we'll call ourselves a team and dream that,

"somewhere out there,
beneath the pale moonlight,
someone's thinking of me
and loving me tonight"

i wasn't born rejected
so i doubt i won't die in the hands of another
but when i speak and am muted
i'm reminded that i'm just a kid younger brother

"and even though i know how very far apart we are,
it helps to think we're wishing underneath the same bright star
and when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
it helps to know we're sleeping underneath the same bright sky

somewhere out there
if love can see this through
then we'll be together
somewhere out there
out where dreams come true"


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