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This city's saving grace
But who ever knows nobody knows
Why he'd roll the eyes back
Why he'd roll those eyes those heartless eyes well

I won't pretend to lie once more protect my blinded sight you'd say
That I came from a fish you mock the place where I exist
And that world is calling so I'm crawling back to sea
Against the surge of waves that
Held us with an ancient grip beneath
Retreat to safer waters

Still learning what chaos kills
But who ever cares nobody cares like you do
Why we'd abandon time just shut the door
Why we'd come to the wall claim less is more

Well I won't pretend to lie once more protect my blinded sight
You'd say that I came from a fish you mock the place where I exist
And that world is calling so I'm crawling back to sea
Against the surge of waves That
Held us with an ancient grip beneath
Retreat to safer waters

That world is calling so I'm crawling back to sea
Against the surge of waves that
Held us With an ancient grip beneath
Retreat to safer waters

This city's saving grace
But who ever knows nobody knows



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