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Lemuria – Trivial Greek Mythology lyrics

We're trying to balance each other
On a hammock in the middle of summer
There's medication in your fanny pack
Because you're a hypochondriac
Historical personalities like Andrew Carnegie
And his steel industry
Which you found fascinating
Now my bed is empty
Without Abigal's trivial greek mythology
Now my bed is empty
Without Abigal's trivial greek mythology
You were convinced he had descended from Scottish kings
Oh I think you're just the oddest thing
You put cinnamon in the vegetable stew
And I thought that was silly of you
What are you doing with a potato like me
Which is exactly why I must leave.
You're so perfect it's sickening.
Now my bed is empty
Without Abigal's trivial greek mythology
Now my bed is empty
Without Abigal's trivial greek mythology
Now my bed is empty
Without Abigal's trivial greek mythology



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