From the passenger seat,
I can see the house lights,
Below the cape of winter,
On the back roads,

Hold my head under the water,
'til I'm in the underground station,
And your arm is the stairs to the street,

Bite my shoulder 'til I submit,
And say you are the reigning queen,
I'm a real thing and you can't handle it,
That circle is around the moon for me,

Hold my head under the water,
'til I'm in the underground station,
And your arm is the stairs to the light,

In the gouldings garden,
There's a doorway,
That leads all the way back to Bray,
Put the hazard lights on I'll show you,
Something in me has to go there,

Hold my head under the water,
'til I am behind that doorway,
And your finger is a key that twists


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