Brainfreeze
Pull that splinter out slowly
I'll peel the scab off your knee
Let the lake wash it clean

My lies
Settle thicker than my milkshake
But they both make my stomach ache
And they're both slowly weighing me down, weighing me down

I hear you climbing on the roof
About to break your knee
Calling me to come on up
'Cause I can't sleep

And you could never get a ride home
So you'd end up on the front porch
All of us and our unpaid dues
You know you're in for

In the backyard
I hold my breath in deep
I drip-dry your nosebleed
Don't want to wake you from your deadly sleep

Inside
You capture memories
Of a four-legged beauty queen
She's the best thing you've ever seen

I hear you climbing on the roof
About to break your knee
Calling me to come on up
'Cause I can't sleep

And you could never get a ride home
So you'd end up on the front porch
All of us and our unpaid dues
You know you're in for

Oh, I know you're in your room but I can't look at you
I know you're in your room but I can't look at you
I can't look at you
I can't look at you
I can't look at you


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