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Hawthorne Heights – Speeding Up The Octaves lyrics

Just light the match and run
Run from all those times
She poured gasoline, by fires light she cried
She cried all night, salt from her tears
Rusted shut her eyes, she should have shut her eyes

Turn off the lights,
Blow out the candles tonight
Romance this chance to set angels to flight

Before they die

I'll take this ink from my arms and write your name in the sky
Please don't use my letters to start your fires this time
Your fire this time [x2]

Please drive faster, faster than the light
Erase her embrace, erase it from your mind

Let this die

I'll take this ink from my arms and write your name in the sky
Please don't use my letters to start your fires this time

Remember oceans like times together
Across these oceans
I sent my letters, I sent these letters to you
Remember oceans, time together in my mind
Remember starting your fires off my eyes
[Screamer screams twice]
Remember these oceans
Like fires off your eyes



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