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Read my words across your face,
You’re making up stories of your own.
Little bits of white paper,
In pockets deep as they know.

You painted black upon the widest lies
You’ve seen them falling you and see them rise,
You painted black upon the widest lies, lies, your lies.

Push play, stop rewind
You try to use your red wine.
Push play, stop rewind,
You try reuse your red wine.

Closing us to see your hands snicking out of these embrace
Paper then whispering breaking in
You painted black upon the widest lies
You’ve seen them falling you and see them rise,
You painted black upon the widest lies, lies, your lies.

Push play, stop rewind
You try to use your red wine.
Push play, stop rewind,
You try re-use red wine.
Push play, stop rewind
You try to use the red wine.

Waking up this day and I will... at you,
Leaving your breakfast day and in the background
They’re wasting, they’re coming.

Push play, stop rewind
You try to use the rewind
Push play, stop rewind
You try to hear your red wine.

Waking up this day and I will... at you,
Leaving your breakfast day and in the background
They’re wasting, they’re coming



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