Can you hear something
A mind reader who's thinking too much
They sing
Even just an ask
Ask the way it is
Questions aren't perfect

One day you won't understand this
And suddenly remember its worth it

Inside inside
Can hide
Feel right
Feel right
No lies
Just I
Bring the peace
I can see clarity
Wind's in stride
It's the way it's supposed to be
Bring the peace
Simple but clarifying
See other's side
Not always bout ya
Just try to see what other's life
Could be like
Try try try try try try

It's the end for an old fuck like
Thirty year old when his band plays night
Thinks she's playin to a hundred five million
I think this track will make a very nice coffin
It's the end for an old fuck like
Me and you and the scene that died
Not like they ever really did like me
Grounds from my ashes will make very fine coffee

If you get a bit tired
Take a piece of my tire
Fear of pain is my dire method of
Gettting higher on the ladder of saints that
Claim the fire
Gets them lit
By the one seen without iris

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