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Metric – Butcher lyrics

Your so handsome
In this light
If only you'd reject me tonight
Darling there's no only way when you come please don't stay
Were so boring were so white
We've had too much so long besides
What of freedom can I say
When I smoke Dumaurier light
Learn to bend learn to swerve
Learn to bend learn to butcher
I could look wholesome in this light
Brown and home
He's lovely
Besides where can we go wrong we stray for nothing now
So just once more fall for the stone
Neglect the flesh to pursue the bone
Darling beauty daily bread
Say learn to bend learn to swerve*do it to make amends and do it over again*
Learn to bend learn to butcher*make amends and do it over again*
Learn to bend learn to swerve *do it to make amends and do it over again*
Learn to bend learn to butcher*make amends and do it over again*
Do it over



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