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Randomly, on a summer night last year,
I was flung into the ocean
For my head to stop and my life to start.
They stripped my soul of all emotion,
And they made me learn these words by heart:

There is no space.

I could have called to arms
A pixelated version of you, but
There is no space.
It’s a wonder that we’re grounded at all.
And now everything is moving away
And I wondered why I’m feeling so small

I built this house up from scratch.
It’s amazing that I did it alone, but
There is no space.
I believed them when they taught me back in school
And they’ve vanished again without a trace
And they left me on this earth to look a fool.

I thought I resented my childhood,
But all the memories were just in my head.
There is no space.
They said Earth would bring you down and that’s for sure.
But they’ve lied to me before and they’ll lie again.
I’m Eurydice’s forever and for more.

I could have invented light,
I could have been the man on the moon, but
There is no space.
There’s a reason that they get you when you’re young.
They read all of our stories from off our face,
But they overlooked the blind, the dead, the dumb.

One of these days,
They’re gonna find out.
I’m gonna tell them all what you did.


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