"Don't Flinch" as written by and Matthew Kirk Handley....
You've had enough just chipping away
Your hands are bruised and broken

You've had enough stop kidding yourself
(you let your best friend down)
A beer would prise you open

Her look could crack the face and bend the minute arm
Overwind the rotors maximise the harm
You could taste her insides corrode
This won't hurt a bit -- don't flinch, don't flinch

You had a lot but nothing to give
It failed to ease your conscience

You kept your heart's want smothered within
(you let your best friend down)
It frayed around the edges

Her look could crack the face and bend the minute arm
Overwind the rotors maximise the harm
You could taste her insides corrode, this won't hurt a bit

And with your eyes kept closed you felt the canvas sway
Like a drunk prizefighter when his legs give way
You can taste her insides corrode, this won't hurt a bit

Her look could crack the face and bend the minute arm
Overwind the rotors maximise the harm
You could taste her insides corrode
This won't hurt a bit -- don't flinch, don't flinch

You've let her fall stop picking at scars
Affairs would tease and torment
You had a lot but nothing to give
It failed to ease your conscience

You're had enough just chipping away


Lyrics submitted by tweedboy

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