End up in alabaster,
The radio counts your thoughts.
You grow as big as the ocean,
Soothing when I'm distraught.

But you can't run, you can't hide, you are giant.
Can't defend all the damage you cause.
If I muster the strength to afflict you,
I won't feel any better at all.

Some cosmetic illusion,
You'll rest your callow bones
And blame my hardworking father
For harm you cannot atone.

But you can't argue the truth, you're exceeded.
You will rest on your laurels and stall.
If I muster the strength to afflict you,
I won't feel any better at all.


Lyrics submitted by tippy_typewriter, edited by edemwh, Spacecow

Peace and Quiet song meanings
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