"Small Bright Doses" as written by and Philip B Price....
Arm on hip in Boerum Hill
The summer storm cracks against the sill
Your jaw clicks when you bite the bread
I despise all the things I've said
Who can bear the things in my head?

I'm only good in small bright doses
But you stay near, you stay the closest
For the longest, and the truest
The gentian flower they say's the bluest,
Though its flowers are the fewest

I promise you we'll be allowed to live
I promise you we'll be allowed to live
I promise you we'll be allowed to live

One day we will go out to dinner
We'll drink booze and laugh like we're common sinners
Tell boring stories as if they matter
Our voices loud and bold and battered.
People staring
War-torn
Shattered

I promise you we'll be allowed to live
I promise you we'll be allowed to live

I follow you I follow you
I follow you I follow you
I follow you I follow you
I follow you I follow you
I follow you I follow you
I follow you I follow you


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