You, you used to read Karl Marx
alone in the bath
whenever you were low,
whenever you were low

You made cakes out of love
and love out of hugs
'cause that is what you do,
'cause that is what you do

And you made a paper boat
and you sailed all across the floor
to the harbour by the door

You caught a bug in a jar
and you named it Escobar
but your mother let it go,
your mother let it go

And you made a paper boat
and you sailed all across the floor
to the harbour by the door

And you made a paper boat
and you sailed all across the floor, oh, oh,
to the harbour by the door


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