You and I
No different
Just spinning in different
Cycles I've been feeling you
In my range for a minute
This is our time
This is different
Feel it
Feel it
I'm doing many things
You're doing many things
We're doing everything
I'm doing many things
You're doing many things
We're doing everything
I'm doing

It's not what you do
It's how you do it
It's like a light went off
I'll get through it
Locked up in this box
Stolas betta fuckin pop off
I could cry... But I'm not gonna
Moves we gotta make, Give and take
Mementos of the place we came... from
Its not me
Its just words
She blanks
from outside forces
There is all there is
All there is
Isn't all there is
is there
Is this all that
All that is
As above, so below it is
Hey I just wanted to say that if it all goes down
It's been really good
We fucking made it


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