The order is unnecessarily loveable and sound
This house is always been the place I'm curious about
A messenger is playing the harp and welcoming us in
The columns form together from the Earth

All the rest, of this town
All the rest, takes a toll
All the rest, never showed
All the rest, lay me down

This house is only everything I've always dreamed about
The coat of arms and shattered mirrors hanging from it's walls
We are the champions of something lovably profound
But a lonely guard stands and waits to hear

All the rest, of this town
All the rest, takes a toll
All the rest, never showed
All the rest, lay me down

All the rest, lay me down

The making of this house is something only we have won
Just lay me down and tell me that I've lost

All the rest







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