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Annuals – Sore lyrics

Sorest of times
Got your thoughts on my mind
The faster they come
The less I remember

Brightest of days
You look three states away
Spit through my teeth
Let it roll down my chin and then I stare

If I ever let you out of bed
Without a catch to the center of your head
Well then I never deserved you from the start
And you can let loose the warmth of my heart

If I never let you out of my door
You'd never broke your leg in the park
If I never picked you out, this I'm sure
You'd be home with a family keeping warm

Sorest of times
I can still find your light
If I'm down on my fate
If I'm hollow, I don't care

If I never let you out of my door
You'd never broke your leg in the park
If I never picked you out, this I'm sure
You'd be home with a family keeping warm

If I never let you out of my door
You'd never broke your leg in the park
If I never picked you out, this I'm sure
You'd be home with a family keeping warm

If I never let you out of my door
You'd never broke your leg in the park
If I never picked you out, this I'm sure
You'd be home with a family keeping warm

Keeping warm
Keeping warm
Keeping warm



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