I'd nail a Dreamcatcher above my bed
If I thought it would keep you out of my head
But that wouldn't help
I'm reaching out for something else

The words we never said
Are the ones we never sweat
The words we never said
Are the ones we never sweat

Nevermind
I'm reaching out for something else
Nevermind
I'm reaching out for something else

But this time you're out of line


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    Not sure but:

    I'd nail a dreamcatcher above my bed, if I thought it'd keep you out of my head. But that wouldn't help, i'm reaching out for something else. The words we never said, are the words we never sweared. Nevermind, i'm reaching out for something else. But this time you're, out of line. Out of line.

    Tsenon October 25, 2010   Link
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    I saw the liner notes to the AHC comp today and read the lyrics. I'm pretty sure Tsen is right on every line except this one

    The words we never said, are the words we'd never sweat.

    linoleumxxon November 15, 2010   Link
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    haha yeah the originals are definitley wrong. i believe its:

    the words we never said are the words we never sweat

    fuckbarspinson January 08, 2012   Link

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