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from Power Plant Beach by Nehedar



You and me we got it everything we need but we still need to put it in a better order, in the past few years i've turned myself inside out i'm still looking for what used to be my self destruction..
but what's this i hear on the metronome, when are you, are you coming home, cause i always knew life would go this fast, time makes you blind kicks you in the ass..

everybody's laughing, cause everybody's gay and everybody's been picked to feel this way, in the quiet moments who would ever think.. that a world this blessed would be so close to the brink..

coarse and stubbly faces, coarse and stubbly legs, coarse and stubbly forests cut down into pegs, i wish i could call 1863 and ask president lincoln what's he thinking of me..

but what's this i hear on the metronome....


from Power Plant Beach, released September 19, 2010


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