Album: Cope (2014)
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  • I want to watch it all fall until it's dark,
    You both look exactly the same at night
    I'd arrange the bed like crosses, watched them fall into the floor
    Made me stop and forget what we were fighting for
    It's like everything that I ever have imagined's coming true today

    There is a cost, my friends
    Of living out some other dream to find the consequence
    It comes and goes in seasons around here, I thought again
    There's nothing left around to yield this sorry ignorance
    If I do echo I hope you never see
    There is no one there that's waiting after me
    And I hope if there is one thing I let go it is the way that we cope

    Now I hope if there is one thing that we know
    From the way that you and I will wander on
    And we won't become a lifeless lope that wanders round and hopes for sorrow

    And I know!
    I know!
    I know! Know!
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