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Are you the legendary?
Are you the keeper of the flame?
Can you be more specific?

I mean you've made a difference
I mean I think you struck a cord
And I could figure it out but

When everyday is perfect
Every symptom is a sign
I'll be the first to tell you

I'll be your genius
I'll be your cyrano
I won't take any credit

I'll paint a picture for you
Write the meaning upside down
Can you be more specific?

It's in the number seven
It's in the poemy thing I wrote
It's in the disconnected

But I can't tell you what to feel
I've had enough like this
I thought it mattered I'd be you

Inside a speeding bullet
Another speeding bullet tries
To pull himself together

He wants to place it neatly
He wants to suffer for a cause
He wants to feel the [Incomprehensible]

And everybody loves him
Everybody wants a piece
Of the scared chameleon

But I can't tell you what to feel
I've had enough like this
I thought it mattered I'd be you

I can't tell you what to feel
I've had enough of this
I thought it mattered I'd be it

If I thought it mattered I'd be it
If I thought it mattered
I'd write a song about it



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