Students carve hearts out of coal
I just thought I'd let you know
In This town we go down for the sake of going under

Students carve hearts out of coal
I just thought I'd let you know
In This town what goes around does not come around

So when you crawl out from the mist that the city kept insisting was pretty
And the government sets you up with her her cousin and a broken cup to drink from
Not some vessel of purity
Just tea in Montreal with assassins

Students carve hearts out of coal
I just thought I'd let you know
In This town we get down for the sake of going under

Students carve hearts out of coal
I just thought I'd let you know
In This town what goes around has yet to come around

You had a great idea
How can you have a great idea
When the girls get back on the continent, they wont even see you
From the Boys Club Platoon blowing deaf dumb and tuneless?
It's vile the way you smile for them
There are limits you know

Students carve hearts out of coal
Students carve hearts out of coal
I just thought I'd let you know
About the bulls charging out from the gallery walls
Homelessness calls
Ah, sister you must now wreck the streets


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"Students Carve Hearts out of Coal" as written by Daniel Bejar

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