"Bells and Whistles" as written by and Laura Anne Stevenson....
I could've sworn there was a time
When we believed that we could measure out a line just how we wanted it,
So we could live just as long as anybody ever did.
But I was wrong to lie like that, I was wrong to lie like that.

When the air was so cold that it smelled sweet on your coat,
And the concrete got swollen and roared and it swallowed you whole,
I said "Don't try to argue with it, it will take you home,
Iit's just another road under the one you used to know."
But I lied to you, I didn't have a choice but to, I lied, I lied to you.

And I can't hide forever and remain ashamed of it.
I can't cover my hands and tell you not to blame me,
Tthat you are a speck in a pile of dust.
And everything you love will turn into crumbs
So stop worrying, worrying, worrying love, stop worrying, worrisome love.

And the bells and the whistles make deafening sounds.
And you can see an ending, it's clear as a bell.
When the sound of your headache is louder than hell,
In the bend of a note you're along.

In the bend of a note you're along, you're along,
So don't waste it all, Worrisome.


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