[Verse 1]
Pray that your family never forgets
The arousal from a corpse that fuels your taste
Blonde to the shoulders, blind to the pill
He found solace in the act of infection

[Pre-Chorus]
A blank tape that couldn't remember
But you can never erase the hurt
Out in the dial toned distance someone heard

[Chorus]
He keeps a hiding your photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph
But you locked up in the trance of a memory
Photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph
But you locked up in the trance of a memory
Marching to the coffins on Franklin Avenue

[Verse 2]
Preyed on the anguish, you better run
Always dragging a finger across his throat
Mannix the fixer to sage the ghosts
And the faith that awarded his every move

[Pre-Chorus]
A blank tape that couldn't remember
But you can never erase the hurt
Out in the dial toned distance someone heard

[Chorus]
He keeps a hiding your photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph
But you locked up in the trance of a memory
Photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph
But you locked up in the trance of a memory
Marching to the coffins on Franklin Avenue

[Bridge]
Just float the needles when the rum fits a tremor at hand
And he can't seem to find his direction home
Just float the needles when the rum fits a tremor at hand
And he can't seem to find his direction home

[Verse 3]
In a closet she hid in eternities sleep
With the fear of God at the end of his whip

[Chorus]
He keeps a hiding your photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph
But you locked up in the trance of a memory
Photograph
Of the moment that you needed to emasculate his
Photograph
But you locked up in the trance of a memory
Marching to the coffins on Franklin Avenue


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Incurably Innocent song meanings
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