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When I was young, I first encountered my crippled lungs;
I felt them burn, and cursed them ever since.
I was turning blue, in a match right in front of you,
And I slithered to the floor, hope I score some more.

I won't go where the sun doesn't shine
Go crazy in the evening if we sail up right
Love is a shadow, in the brightness it dies;

Because tonight,
We raise the sun, and we shine it over everyone.
And if we won a crash oh hush
Our lips should kiss each other so;
I just want to feel your body,
I want you to know your quarry.

You can see the world looking down from a different universe,
Can we save every single one of them, the only half I've hands
My father cradled us; we're bright blue and we're covered in blood,
We staggered through the door, trouble's taken score.

I won't go where the sun doesn't shine
Go crazy in the evening if we sail up right
Love is a shadow, in the brightness it dies;

Because tonight,
We raise the sun, and we shine it over everyone.
And if we won a crash oh hush
Our lips should kiss each other so;
I just want to feel your body,
I want you to know your quarry.

I just want to, feel your body; I want you to, know your quarry.
I just want to, feel your body; I want you to, know your quarry.



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