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Waxahatchee – Peace And Quiet lyrics
[Verse 1]
End up in alabaster
The radio counts your thoughts
You grow as big as the ocean
Soothing when I'm distraught

[Chorus]
But you can't run, you can't hide
You're trying
To defend all the damage you caused
If I muster the strength to afflict you
I won't feel any better at all

[Verse 2]
Some cosmetic illusion
You'll rest your callow bones
And blame my hardworking father
For harm you cannot atone

[Chorus]
But you can't argue the truth you're exceeded
You will rest on your laurels and stall
If I muster the strength to afflict you
I won't feel any better at all

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