He met her eyes at a party,
Now I'll meet his face with my fist
Until all that surrounds me
Is smothered and covered in kisses that heal
All the hurt that she feels
And which haunts her down roads on the streetlights that hum
On the nights where there's no-one there to guide her
To keep her from doing harm.

And I gathered them all on the boarder.
I'll wait for you all to just settle down
I'll tell you all about how Get Cape Wear Cape stole my sound
And I'm telling you it doesn't matter now.

Well I will not preach revolution
'Cos I'm not as dumb as to think that I have the solution
To all of these things
And as I sat at the back of the funeral packed
With the grievers and mourners it occurred to me
That the things that we see
Are not nearly as vital as those we don't.

And I gathered them all on the boarder.
I'll wait for you all to just settle down
I'll tell you all about how Get Cape Wear Cape stole my sound
And I'm telling you it doesn't matter now.

I seek to find if I'm more alive than ever before
You left me high and so far from dry in light of this downpour
And these question marks they are not question marks anymore.


Lyrics submitted by woahjimmy

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