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Manchester Orchestra – Deer lyrics

Half a year and here you are again
I'd go out in public if nobody ever asked
I sit home and drink alone and hope that bottle speaks, like you, like us, like me

Half a year again, now it's a whole
February stationery from you on the wall
And I sit home and plead the throne to speak to speak to me to me to me Hasn't said a single thing

You're probably too busy with your work
Or am I just excusing you for leaving me alone
There' s nothing in these wooden drawers to bring you back or to keep me bored
I don't know what to do with me no more

Dear everyone I ever really knew
I acted like an asshole so I could keep my edge on you
Ended up abusing even those I thought immune
I killed the kingdom with one move and now it's time to move

Dear everybody that has paid to see my band,
It's still confusing, I'll never understand
I acted like an asshole so my albums would never burn
I'm hungry now, and the scraps are dirty dirt
I'm hungry now the scraps of dirty dirt



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