"Parker" as written by and David Maurice Juliet Simms....
I was your fire once
You thought of me as your one true love
I got so mad and said things that later I would
Regret and regret and regret
Holding onto my chest and pounding 'til it turns purple
A breaking bow and the sound of a scream muffled by pillows

So don't so long and don't farewell
Hear me out now, I've just begun to say

Parker, do you remember
How I carried your heart
And I carried it far?
And I know that there's no one to blame
It's a sure given shame
Of my own that you don't remember

Sworn off blue lips, kiss them warm
With love comes deep dark red and paper cuts
From letters I re-write explaining how to fall in love
Well, pictures inspire and songs never tire
And there's always clouds to float upon
Saving me best for last
Down for keeps up for grabs
We'll play stop and go
But it feels just like freeze tag

So I'll see you right, applaud and encore
I'll be braver, just you wait here 'til I say

Parker, do you remember
How I carried your heart
And I carried it far?
And I know that there's no one to blame
It's a sure given shame of my own

I'm naked once so don't think twice
Hold on, it's hard enough to bite my shy
Hold on, hold on, hold tight

Parker
do you remember
how i carried your heart
and i carried it far
Parker, do you remember
How I carried your heart
And I carried it far?
And I know that there's no one to blame
It's a sure given shame of my own, of my own, of my own
It's a sure shame of my own
That you don't, that you won't remember


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