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Breathe Carolina – Tripped And Fell In Portland lyrics

The secret's out. Our lips are wide as oceans
I sold my eyes for emerald dimes.
The edges blur, the walls are bending.
You bite like you don't have any teeth to break my skin.
I feel like she's on fire.
And every room is another world I'm walking in
We couldn't get much higher
I tripped and fell so deep I can't come down.
How did you run into a door that's wide open?
Get ahold of yourself.
I tripped and fell so deep I can't come down.
Our hands are melting maps.
Balancing on a fence the change made no sense.
The edges stir, the walls are dancing...
I steal everything just to give it back again.
Trust me I'm a liar.
And all the words I bought,
They aren't worth anything.
We couldn't get much higher.
I tripped and fell so deep I can't come down...
Brace yourself. There's no way out.
We left our minds behind.
Climbing the blinds, fabricating time,
'Till we come back to life.
I tripped and fell so deep I can't come down.



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