know it slips and gets displaced
beneath the waves that live in you
your mom and dad survive encased
inside their childhood residue
it seems so strange to see the sun arrive so late
it splits apart the nighttime
warms your face

i was on your roof
looking at cartoons
you were right there too
nothing else to do
then you stopped

but it sounds like a dinosaur dying
just those long nights
where you're not even crying
did you see the length of my reach?
did you need something different than me?

i'm getting so sick of myself
the dumbest ticks become routine
an exit pressed against your head
a flaming ocean in the street
i had a dream you were in a book that i am reading
won't you come see pile with me?


Lyrics submitted by nickjones724

Dinosaur Dying song meanings
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