I ain't no Romeo. I'm just the man for you.
Holding out as secrets travel, they kind of get to you.
Everybody says that it could've been something.
Never was a smart kid, never knew a good thing.

Always hearing voices swim, in your liquid sky.
Liquid Sky
Always hearing voices, like no more choices in disguise.
I ain't no sacred idol or a saint pretending.
I'll build you up.
I'll tear you down.
Turn you wrong side in.

What am I afraid of? Everyone's listening.
Standing on my soapbox, lost the beginning.

Always hearing voices, swim, in your liquid sky.
Liquid sky, I'm always hearing voices, like no more choices, like a lie.
It's just, it's just liquid sky.

I'm always hearing voices like electric shock waves in disguise.
I don't know what this means.
I'll leave it for your interpretation.
It's just me at the edge,
Everybody says that it could have been something.
Never was a smart kid, never knew a good thing.

Always hearing voices
Swim in your liquid sky.
Liquid Sky, I'm always hearing voices, like no more choices, like a lie.
It's just, it's just liquid sky.
I'm always hearing voices like electric shock waves in disguise.
Always hearing voices swim

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    i think hes saying hell be the right one for her but yet he wont be perefect and hes sayingnobodys listening to him and that every one says he wont be anything and he lookin to get all this from her

    PLANET_HELLon January 05, 2008   Link

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