Pulmonary Archery

Album: Alexisonfire (2002)
  • Let's go!
    It's never too late to be early
    Or try and maintain
    Some scrap of integrity and certainty
    I guess.

    (My fingers)
    Won't apologize
    (Are blistered and bleeding)
    And 1977
    Was a long time
    (Was a long time)
    Time ago
    (Time ago)
    I don't care.

    I don't care how things
    Were and I won't
    Apologize.
    I won't apologize.
    Fuck you.

    And the Alamo penetrated
    And there is little hope
    For the white man so
    Hop on your rainbow
    And ride

    (My fingers)
    So I'll ride it into
    (Are blistered and bleeding)
    And ride into oblivion
    For all I care
    (There's no longer)
    You could be early
    (Discomfort)
    Or late
    (That you brought)
    Whatever! Writer/s: DALLAS GREEN, WADE MACNEIL, CHRIS STEELE, GEORGE PETTIT, JESSE INGELEVICS
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 1

  • Kaitlyn from Vancouver, Bcthats wrong. thats the information to the song "Crisis" but not, "Pulmonary Archery".

    Lyrics from "Crisis" as proof, "Count the snow flakes, little children.
    Count them as they bury you alive.
    Count them as they choke the road ways.
    A blizzard's coming in the year punk died.
    (One nine seven seven)"

    "One nine seven seven" meaning 1977.

    The only thing "Pulmonary Archery" has relevent to the snow storm, or 1977 for that fact is this lyric "But i wont apologize, and 1977 was a long time ago , i dont care:
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