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Save your breath don’t you break your neck,
I’m seeing signs inside my head.
A car crash in the words,
I’m saving things that I think you’ll need.
On and on until you bleed, could I be imagining worse things?
Take me for granted and a sin,

I’ll be in on it on it on it, I’ll be in on it
Feeding on this energy
Call me up when you feel safe
I’ll be in on it on it on it on it

I haven’t been eating much this week,
Eatings for the strong sleeps for the weak.
Falling in the same routine I see,

I’ll be in on it on it on it, I’ll be in on it
Feeding on this energy
Call me up when you feel safe
I’ll be in on it on it on it on it

Don’t touch me
I’ll be here when you leave
Nobody could understand what this does to me

And I know just what I need
Autumn leaves and falling trees
To feel the cold beneath my feet

I’ll be in on it on it on it, I’ll be in on it
Feeding on this energy
Call me up when you feel safe
I’ll be in on it on it on it on it



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