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We probably shouldn't talk,
Cuz talking leads to thinking and
Eyes wide open blank in the dark.

We probably shouldn't think,
Cuz thinking leads to questioning and
Circles you right back to the start

But everything used to make sense,
We're testing it in our own strength, oh no

If we don't leave now, we will break
We will falter, we will fade
If we don't leave now, we will harm,
We'll regret what we've done to ourselves

I probably shouldn't wish,
But your breath on my skin
It's like the cold that's traveling down from the vents above our heads

And drinking is no excuse,
It's an easy one to use
When lack of self control has left you making poor decisions for yourself

Everything used to make sense,
We're testing it in our own strength, oh no

If we don't leave now, we will break,
We will falter, we will fade.
If we don't leave now, we will harm,
We'll regret what we've done

Oh, ah, oh, what have I done, what have I done
Oh, ah, oh I've gone and hurt the one I love

If we don't leave now, we will break,
We will falter, we will fade.
If we don't leave now, we will harm,
We'll regret what we've done

If we don't leave now, we will break,
We will falter, we will fade.
If we don't leave now, we will harm,
We'll regret what we've done to ourselves



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