Believe me, I never wanted it to be this way, never wanted it to be this fake, never thought that I'd be this age and fail so soon.
But we'll settle down out west, in t-shirts from low-class outlets, posters we wish we were and pictures of favorite stages.
Look at the cage I've been caught up in, look at the way I've been brought up, look at the pain I called my God I never wanted it bad enough.

Bury me in some fashion, in something fashionable, with a procession whose words sound like a song I used to know but never wrote, 'cause it was beautiful and predictable like.

Hardly two feet in the same boat, hardly two keys on the same note, if you knew I wish you would've never said so. Don't go faking it, feeling it, feeling like we never were the realest shit I don't see it that way anymore, see a mistake anymore.

Bury me in some fashion in something fashionable, with a procession whose words sound like a song I used to know but never wrote, because it was beautiful and predictable like.

All I ever wanted, how'd I ever fail so soon.
There goes all I ever wanted how'd I ever fail so soon.
All I ever wanted, how'd I ever fail so soon.
There goes all I ever wanted how'd I ever fail so soon.


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