"Down from the Rafters" as written by Nicole Rene Miglis, Paul Jay Giese Garonzik, Trayer Clancy Tryon and Zachary Daniel Tetreault....
I woke free
From something clutching me
Pulled its awful, leaden, cold, clammy body
Out away from me

And the light that came out, came out, came out
To survive, how can I?

I've wandered through water
Since the morning I heard you
You were half alive, but that mud inside
It's the same mud that makes me love you

Though it's only after all the fog has long dissolved
Take a little pill, drown it out in laughter
Take a little pill, maybe think about it after
'Cause every morning's like a climb from the rafters
So take a little pill, drown it out in laughter
Take a little pill, maybe think about it after
Oh, think about it after

Delude
Dementia
Make it feel
Like I never met you

Delude
Dementia
To make it feel
Like I never met you, never met you

Though it's only after all the fog has long dissolved
Take a little pill, drown it out in laughter
Take a little pill, maybe think about it after
'Cause every morning's like a climb from the rafters
So take a little pill, drown it out in laughter
Take a little pill, maybe think about it after
Oh, think about it after


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