Pheromone Cvlt

Album: The Blackest Beautiful (2013)
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  • Hey, mom and dad, you would be happy for me
    I found god, but she was nothing like he seemed
    In those books, on that screen that pushed in front of me
    I now know that I would rather be dead

    The grass is cut
    The snakes will show
    I see them all
    They're all over

    To all the girls that would be perfect for me
    Break my jaw so we can't talk about me
    Since my mouth is bigger than my heart could ever be
    There's no shame in screaming at deaf weddings

    The grass is cut
    The snakes will show
    I see them all
    They're all over
    The grass is cut and now I know myself
    They're all over

    To all those girls
    To all those boys
    To all those girls that will turn all those boys into those men

    To all the girls that want to save me
    To all the boys - you're just like me
    To all the girls that fucking hate me
    All the boys will grow up to be those broken men Writer/s: JASON AALON BUTLER, JEAN NASCIMENTO, JEFF SAHYOUN, RYAN JAY JOHNSON
    Publisher: MOTHERSHIP MUSIC PUBLISHING
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