I wrote this song to save myself,
And now I sing it because I'm saved,
Because she said goodbye,
So long it's time to die.
Sitting in limbo in a limousine,
She was betrayed by ideas,
Homemade skirt,
And died [sic] black hair,
So long, oh! Ages ago.

Hey Vitamin K,
Do you even remember my name?
As fragments of the past come tumbling sharply now into focus,
Like a big red typhoon,
And gallons and litres of shame,
Waterfall from heights unknown in the universe,
What matters is what happened to you my love,
For you my love.

Estuary English was her second tongue,
She climbed a rung in the ladder,
Bladder bursting overflow,
Long time ... in the eighties or so.
There she stumbles crying insane,
She was swayed by the money,
Tummy full of tumbleweeds,
Nose bleeding into the reeds.

Hey Vitamin K,
Do you even remember my name?
As fragments of the past come tumbling sharply now into focus,
Like a big red typhoon,
And gallons and litres of shame,
Waterfall from heights unknown in the universe,
What matters is what happened to you my love,
For you my love.
I wrote this song to save myself,
And now I sing it because I'm saved,
Because she said goodbye,
So long it's time to die.


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