sleeperholds headlocks and cross body blocks it's over / done and what are we all these all night campaings through lightlessness but spinelight a blink and cheeks our half asleep big hopes and half plans mirrored nearly infinite a little smalltalk we pretend we exist don't test me the kids is dead and i'm left confusing me for who you think i am they all think they know it's wrong and they all know they think it's wrong maybe everything we meant to be di'nt need to end so mean i'm working on learning now to do nothing learning better leavings and left alones don't test me the kids is dead and i'm left confusing me for who you think i am we pretend we exist even though we all know the kids is dead

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    I can't believe no one has commented on this song. For sure the standout track on "Live in Chicago, 1999". Note: Jen Wood's amazing back up vocals & the use of the hip-hop cliche "Don't Test Me", even the beginning lines are somehow seem a deconstruction of rap lyrics to me.
    mrporridgeon December 15, 2007   Link
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    I beg to differ on that, I think, if it feels good/ do it, is the standout track, but that's just a matter of taste. This song beautiful, though.
    Andykinsellaon January 16, 2009   Link

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