I'm a clenched fist,
Distorted and clutching hope.
Beneath these two tired, broken wrists.
I'm tired of it,
I'm always running from this
This relentless and it's dissonance.

Let's consider this something I won't soon forget.
Eventually I've gotta get used to remember when.

Hey man, remember those nights in Richmond,
and the ways I never knew what they meant?
I'm tired of all these toss ups and this feign motivation
But I've always felt fine singing in your basement

Let's consider this something I won't soon forget.
Eventually I've gotta get used to remember when.

I'm not the sum of my own parts,
Just a rough combination of the people I've met so far

Let's consider this something I won't soon forget.
Eventually I've gotta get used to remember when.




Lyrics submitted by johnnyboy123

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