New histories keep the coast clear
New histories through sun and rain, dear

There's something about leaving that makes me want to stay
There's something about sitting still that makes me walk away
There's something about thunderstorms that makes me feel sane
There's something about drying out that makes me drink again

You know, there's no need to unravel
At the first girl in the room
There's no friend as loyal as a book
So learn that lesson soon

New histories keep the coast clear
New histories through sun and rain, dear

There's something about paper boats that makes me run for sand
There's something about taking off that makes me want to land
There's something about lines in the center of my palm
There's something about bloody wrists that makes me feel calm

You know, there's no need to unravel
When a girl shoots you a look
I guess people have their moments
But it's nothing like a book

New histories keep the coast clear
New histories through sun and rain, dear

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New histories keep the coast clear
New histories through sun and rain, dear


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