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Motion City Soundtrack – Boxelder lyrics

Hey Box Elder, where'd you go?
Hey Box Elder, take me with you

Loneliness, I don't exist, that's fine, okay
I slip undressed and all of this will end, okay?
Hey Box Elder, I'm terrified of everything at night
Hey Box Elder, I'm terrified of what I lack inside me

Caught me talking to myself again
One by one, we all go marching in
I hate myself and no one else
But I lie so well, it should never tell
If I let you in, it would end us both
I care too much to leave this hole

Loneliness, I don't exist, that's fine, okay
December's gift, a constant fist to spine, okay
I'm terrified of everything at night
Hey Box Elder
A dying wish to care if I exist
Hey Box Elder

Caught me talking to myself again
One by one, we all go marching in
I hate myself and no one else
But I lie so well, it should never tell
If I let you in, it would end us both
I care too much to leave this hole

When loneliness comes crashing in
I will always sink, I'll never swim
It's the game I play, it's the course I curse
The constant captive of my words
When I'm at my worst

Hey Box Elder, take me with you
Hey Box Elder, take me with you



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