"Recycling" as written by and David Michael Portner Noah Benjamin Lennox....
Don’t care whether this ship sails or sinks into the meat
Don’t know if a lesson matters less than what’s to eat
While you got it you figure why not launch off of the very highest rope

Not trying to be shore side scoping breaks to score a ride
More like causing fractures from the deep that ripple out
Who needs slicker tools to build a portrait out of place
Not trying to be sneaky when it’s wanting face to face
When you’re rotten you figure why not stick up for the very finest dope

Don’t care if a lesion’s clotting up or ceases to bleed
Don’t know if a lesson is a pleasure or a need
While you’re huffing you figure why not soak up all the craze instead of cope

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"Recycling" as written by David Michael Portner Noah Benjamin Lennox


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    General CommentTowards the end they recycle the My Girls melody and what i think sounds like tge synth they used on April and the Phantom
    LameName798on July 06, 2016   Link

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