What a secret garden you are
What a little martyr you are
It must have been, it must have been so hard
Growing up with a club for a heart

When we were lost out in the snow
I should have gone and left you cold

When you cry
You conjure crocodiles
There's something rather vile
In that barracuda smile

No one can spoil and ruin quite the way you do
Nobody else, nobody else
Only you

I always lose when we play house
It always ends up inside out
Sometimes I'm back in the playground
Sometimes I'm sinking in a quicksand

When we were lost out in the rain
I should have walked a different way

And may all you desire
Be consumed by fire
And may you ever be called
Liar

Now I can't quite believe
That this sickness goes so deep
Infection started in my dreams
Now it's walking in the streets
Not only do you green
Viper all away my life
You return to the scene
For another twist of the knife

When we were lost in Birkenhead
I should have left you for dead

Your hopes and dreams
Are ghosts, it seems
So don't believe
And don't believe

No one can spoil and ruin quite the way you do
Nobody else, nobody else
Only you
No one can spoil and ruin quite the way you do
Nobody else, nobody else
Only you


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