I ate a baby porcupine, it’s growing through my skin
Bitterness is moldy blankets that I've wrapped myself in
I let it in my lungs; I lit it in my lungs
I let it in my lungs; I lit it in my lungs

I drank it down like water, it seems I've walked so far
It went in sweet like raisins; now it burns hot like sulfur
I breathe it like a smoking gun; I'll breathe it like a smoking gun
I breathe it like a smoking gun; I'll breathe it like a smoking gun

I don’t blame myself
But there’s no denying that my skin has changed
I don’t blame myself
Quick as a match I realize that I’m opposite
I don’t blame myself
When really the change has been slow as winter comes to spring
I don’t blame myself
It’s reality, my skin's changed opposite shades

You paint the morning across my chest
Deep breaths, like water baptize my head
Like a brush across my skin
And I said I’d always let you in

I’ll breathe you like the burning sun
I’ll breathe you like the burning sun
I’ll breathe you like the burning sun
You breathe in me not like anyone

I don’t blame myself
But there’s no denying that my skin has changed
I don’t blame myself
Quick as a match I realize that I’m opposite
I don’t blame myself
When really the change has been slow as winter comes to spring
I don’t blame myself
It’s reality, my skin's changed opposite shades

You breathe in me not like anyone
You breathe in me not like anyone
You breathe in me not like anyone
I’ll breathe you in like the burning sun


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