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It started again

Claimin' a friend

I couldn't be

I've never been

I'm all alone

Out in the cold

I'll never know

Your sugarcoat

You're ready to go

You're ready to go

But I'll never know

Your sugarcoat

Is just as sweet as I am



[chorus]

Look what you did

Suck on your lies 'til your eyes turn red

What did you say

Willing to drown in a tidal wave

Take me away

Let me believe that you're on your way

Look what you did

Suck on your lies 'til your eyes turn red



I'm on the floor

Battered and bored

You got a taste

I can't ignore

I'm all alone

Out in the cold

I'll never know

Your sugarcoat

You're ready to blow

You're ready to go

But I'll never know

Your sugarcoat

Is just as sweet as I am

[chorus x 2]

Red

Your eyes are red



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    UnregisteredDec 4, 2011 at 4:57 am
    (continued) so pretty much tastes better on the outside, but the inside is almost as cold as you are, if not colder, because you can't taste the sweet sweet sugarcoat.

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