The Deconstruction
by Eels

Album: The Deconstruction (2018)
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  • The deconstruction has begun
    Time for me to fall apart
    And if you think that it was rough
    I tell you nothing changes
    Till you start to break it down

    And break apart
    I'll break apart
    I'll break apart
    Right now it's going to start
    I'll break apart

    The reconstruction will begin
    Only when there's nothing left
    But little pieces on the floor
    They're made of what I was
    Before I had to break it down

    And break apart
    I'll break apart
    I'll break apart
    Right now it's going to start
    I'll break apart

    And every block you've built on
    It's going to come right out

    And break apart
    I'll break apart
    I'll break apart
    Right now it's going to start
    I'll break apart
    Right now it's going to start
    I'll break apart

    I'll break apart

    I'll break apart Writer/s: Kelly Logsdon, Mark O. Everett
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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