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No more episodes to get me to this Sunday
Their jibber fades
It fades out, not worth listening
Their jibber fades
The stripes are disappearing
You tumble up and down
You play with her again
My nerves are dry and cracked
No screams my teeth will chatter
This motion sickness passes
I vomit out my heart for you

This anxious poison looming
Afraid they could be right
This time the plot must thicken
You'll taste revenge tonight

You lost taste for blood
We'll have to wait and see
Your cold touch makes me sick
So hard when you never want to leave
Press the button
Pressure leaks, send me into panic mode
Like pink and black or worse
I can't make out my reflection

This anxious poison looming
Afraid they could be right
This time the plot must thicken
You'll taste revenge tonight

Adrenaline has failed again
My responses are weakening
Your promises have failed again
Too bad you're not listening

But the show goes on
You've lost your taste for blood

No more episodes
To get me to this Sunday
Their jibber fades
It fades out, not worth listening
Their jibber fades
The stripes are disappearing
(And brings me to my knees)

This anxious poison looming
Afraid they could be right
This time the plot must thicken
You'll taste revenge tonight



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