Lover of mine, I heard you caught it
It's a real hard time, just being alive
Mother of mine, you think you caused it
It's an uphill climb being gay in the south

They promised us you were going straight to hell when you died
I don't even think it's a real place
In future time, there'll be nothing different between you and I
And I can't wait for that time to come true

Sister of mine, I've seen you struggle
The men in your life letting you down
So hop in your car, find a more loving place to be
Sometimes it just takes a change in locale

They promised us you were going straight to hell when you died
I know now hell is nothing but a headspace
So follow through
Tell the truth unless you think you should lie
You can hold on just as long as you want to

Look up, do you see that?
The sun is reaching through the blinds
Sinner, step back, don't let a test result ruin your life

Brother of mine, I've seen you struggle
It's a real hard time, just being alive
Brother of mine, brother of mine


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