what's wrong with an open door creeping inside
flew in the flought
'bout shelflife
you've almost passed.
Your sell by date is today.
Spread your legs and find a
way to pay.

I jumped out of a plane
to clear my mind and regain
a place to store an-ger
for when you left me father
In freefall we discussed
thoughts unexposed to others
thank you for your time
that mind makes,
now we're stronger

Why'd you have to operate?
Oh-oh-oh.
I can see your bones
Why'd you have to operate?
Oh-oh-oh.
I can see your bones
Why'd you have to operate?
Oh-oh-oh.
I can see your bones

I can tell your lacking a smile.
It's time to look back,
and reminisce that.
Our watches tick
tough mistaken seizures clip a wrist
suck in time string
snip and dig deep for

Do we have to make it?
(You refresh the idea with overdubs)
Love is just a question.
(It involves me, you, and us, and everyone)
She believes that we're here.
(Yes, and no commit involved to let us out)
Or perhaps we're good as done?

Shelf life
you've almost passed.
Your sell by date is today
Spread your legs an find a
way to pay
You're better off in past tense
of a wide wrist.
Clowns will search for time and
ways to pay.

Do we have to make it?
You refresh the idea with overdubs.
Love is just a question.
It involves me, you, and us, and everyone.
Gravitate the answer.
Yes, and no commit involved in let us out
Separate devotion.
Fingers striped and cracked in time to roll a dime

Do we have to make it?

Love is just a question.


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