Album: If Not Now, When? (2011)
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  • You almost had me there
    It was the batting lashes that gave you away
    You're bold beyond repair
    And there's an absence today, of defiance

    Our most awakened inclination
    And your elegant aberration

    Something's happening
    And all the rebels and devils have come to naught
    To hear your sirening
    And who would unring, oh, your bell?

    Defiance, our most awakened inclination
    Defiance, your elegant aberration Writer/s: Benjamin Lee Kenney, Brandon Charles Boyd, Christopher E Kilmore, Jose Anthony Ii Pasillas, Michael Aaron Einziger
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