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It's on your head
Ringing mumbles in your head
Feeling your rust
Ringing mumbles in your head
Strive for the wildness
Follow the signs
Trials of never ending floods

Photo fix they can't
Just lost it from
What I'm soaping wet

Photo fix they can't
Just lost it from
What I'm soaping wet

Mayday come began
Quiet in it's way
Confronting
The man in me

Whose side are you on?
Whose side are you on?
Whose side are you on?

Saw the face at night
Just lost it from
What I'm soaping wet

Saw the face at night
Just lost it from
What I'm soaping wet

I don't know
Bet I could sit for day
I can make it right

I don't know
Bet I could sit for day
I can make it right

Four elastic pleasures
Whatever brings you happy face
I can read black seagull's cry

Four elastic pleasures
Whatever brings you happy face
I can read black seagull's cry

Close to the water
To fell it on his belly
It's our true
It's our...

Saw the face at night
Just lost it from
What I'm soaping wet

Saw the face at night
Just lost it from
What I'm soaping wet

I don't know
Bet I could sit for day
I can make it right

I don't know
Bet I could sit for day
I can make it right



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