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lyrics

The money, the drugs, the guns are all gone.
I stand at the window waiting for an acid dawn,
to burn this city down like a plague.
I'll watch a million hearts as they break.

You're wrong my friend, I do not hate.
I never argue with my fate.
No, I feel nothing at all.
Oh, I feel ten thousand feet tall.

I heard a young man singing about the great,
he complained it was too late.
He wore black sunglasses on his face,
to hide the hollows of his face.

I remember when you dreamed out loud,
like a sleepwalker through a crowd.
But those dreams were not allowed,
they were so silent and so loud.

I see insects on the walls,
someone is fighting down the hall,
something is crawling in the sink,
I really, I really, I really need a drink.

I heard a young man singing about the great,
he complained it was too late.
He wore black sunglasses on his face,
to hide the hollows of his face.

The money, the drugs, the guns are all gone.
I stand at the window waiting for an acid dawn,
to burn this city down like a plague.
I'll watch a million hearts as they break.

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from Old Tenement Man, released May 5, 2017

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