"Wildlife Sculpture" as written by Grant Evan Widmer and Edward Bartlett Joyner....
The first time tunnelvision sets in
Beware the signs of hyperventilation
Beware the dangers of living alone
Be sure to hide scars from future generations
Don't let your old friends overestimate your demise
You can't miss it when you look in their eyes
Don't be your own, don't be your own (It's all the same)
We don't scissor, we don't separate

The second time I was making up for past mistakes
And I said next time put me on the good side
Wait in 90 miles we could be riding the brakes
And I suggest I give it all I could by
I see the way they come when you call
Our backs are not against the wall
Don't be your own, don't be your own (It's all the same)
We don't scissor, we don't separate
Don't be your own, don't be your own


Lyrics submitted by demyelinated, edited by lkellythegreat

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