"State of the Art" as written by and Michael Aaron Einziger Brandon Charles Boyd....
You were the first in flight
Now a modern relic
Nearly a payphone on a one a.m. sidewalk

We're all cast aside
And we're antiquated
Right as we start to finally figure out what we are

Look at you so bright
State of the art
You're new, you're young, your blissful ignorance
It's everything they like, but the years have teeth
And sometimes they bite (sometimes they bite)

Look at you, you're falling apart
Built to spill, you're state of the art
Now look at you, well look at you now

Now do you see that smile
At the foot of the ladder
Ain't it familiar? That was you only yesterday

But this justice feels
More like a poison apple
And inevitably everyone'll bite into it

Now look at you so bright
State of the art
You're new, you're young, your blissful ignorance
It's everything they like, but the years have teeth
And sometimes they bite

Look at you, you're falling apart
Built to spill, you're state of the art
Now look at you, well look at you now

(State of the art)
I'm falling, I'm falling apart
The state of, the state of the art

Look at you, you're falling apart
Built to spill, you're state of the art
Now look at you, well look at you now

Look at you, you're falling apart
Built to spill, you're state of the art
Yeah look at you, well look at you now

State of the art
State of the art

Look at you so bright
State of the art


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"State of the Art" as written by Michael Aaron Einziger Brandon Charles Boyd

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