We sleep in single beds, excited to be out of the cold.
But lose our interest when we realize we all sleep alone.
So you come here tonight,
Yeah, you come here tonight.

We can find a plane and take it up
And smoke the sky into our lungs.
Share the scarf your mother knit
And cuddle close to make it fit.
But we won't ever talk,
No we don't ever talk, we fight.

I'm often sleepy
And my eyes are such an odd shade of grey.
So if I close them, we'll just understand;
It's better off that way.
They cannot pierce your heart,
No they cannot pierce your heart.

But I can sing the songs our fathers knew,
When they were kids in catholic school.
Their heroes then are legends now,
But death has brought them to the ground.
And we won't ever talk,
No we won't ever talk, we'll fight.

And I will find a bird, your favorite kind,
And hold its neck and make him mine.
And he will bring a note to you,
A letter of the honest truth.
And it will tell you just to run,
Don't stop until the morning comes.

Until my light has ceased to burn,
The dreams I wished I never learned,
About the times you wished you had,
But held them back to keep me sad.
So here tonight, we'll work this through,
If you don't come, I'll come to you.
Cause we don't ever talk,
No we don't ever talk, we fight.


Lyrics submitted by niqqaqueen, edited by bpikmin

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