New England fall in the family classic car
We went on a holiday drive parked at the beach.
Picking shells and stones to bring things to line your shelves
And what we saw isn't far behind me
But water flows fresh to brackish then to salt into seas.

New York parades, first Cold Spring, then Macy's Day
Giving road head on the turnpike when I called it off when I saw what I'd become.
I was holes and shape and what we saw isn't far behind me
But water flows fresh to brackish then to salt into seas.

Well I watched them fold her up in deli paper
I called you out on the threshold of a human heart. You'd watch me fall apart.
I know better and you know but all I see still is your mouth
packed with hooks to gut and rip me out just one more time.
I know better and you know but all I see still is your mouth, your mouth, your mouth


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Brackish Water song meanings
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