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Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever – Sister's Jeans lyrics

[Verse 1]
Stand on the morning, head like a weather vane
You stuck to your shirt, clung to your lemonade
Dirt in the wind, the bugs were singing out of tune
You hear the thump beating down low

[Chorus]
When your heart aches and your morning breaks
By the TV on your own
And your hollow hand on a cold can
You're rising like a stone
I heard the warning, I saw you falling
Down along Sydney Road
Be alright, put your weight
On the second hand

[Verse 2]
Back in the headlights, windows were screening one by one
A moving image of your reflection
You hardly look sharp, your guts are in a knot
And all your new friends are frayed at the ends

[Chorus]
When your heart aches and your morning breaks
By the TV on your own
And your hollow hand on a cold can
You're rising like a stone
I heard the warning, I saw you falling
Down along Sydney Road
Be alright, put your weight
On the second hand

[Outro]
I heard the warning, I saw you falling



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