Lazarus 
One death ain't enough 
We lap the dust you used to ride
Your barrel chest 
Does it fit like you remember it? 
Does it itch? Does it chide?

As for me 
I could never rustle up envy 
For how your stone rolled

My sole solace is 
My soulless husk destined to disintegrate 
My condolences 
I could dole them wherein you wear out the words therein

And I
I've been thinking
All about your poison 
And how it's wrapped in sweetness
And I would gladly eat them

Lives like this are so sumptuous
You laugh it up, but you'll pay 
It's like every cut that you got, but all at once 
And the salt assaults each one

As for me
I could never rustle up envy
For how your stone rolled

My sole solace is
My soulless husk destined to disintegrate
My condolences
I could dole them wherein you wear out the words therein

And I
I've been thinking
All about your poison
And how it's wrapped in sweetness
And I would gladly eat them


Lyrics submitted by walzjenna

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