Pass The Nirvana

Album: yet to be titled (2022)
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  • Yeah

    Sink until you're unimpaired
    Slow motion like a rolling eye
    We can hear you loud and clear
    Suicide season is upon and high

    Why you always saying, "Let the good times roll"?
    Kick your mind open like a punk rock show
    Uppercut bleeding to the soffit nose
    If didn't come home injured, would you say it was a good show?
    'Cause every single fucking day, I try to roll my eyes and breathe
    One hit, now I'm off this shit

    Give up, give up
    Give up, give up
    Give up, give up
    I can't hear you
    Through the tension
    Through the tension
    Through the tension, right now
    (This is only a distraction)

    Swing, batter up, let's play
    Power until the target bleeds
    This gun will never turn on me
    So, Paul Meany, will you drop that beat?

    Why you always saying, "Let that shit go"?
    Penny-wise fashion on the sad skid row
    A gentrified neighborhood of blood soaked homes
    Draw the lines a little further, now they're coming back to get you
    'Cause every single fucking day I try to roll my eyes and breathe
    One hit, now I'm off this shit

    Give up, give up
    Give up, give up
    Give up, give up
    I can't hear you
    Through the tension
    Through the tension
    Through the tension, right now

    Yo, I can't shine to save my life
    But I'll feel through the dark without you
    I set fires ablaze inside
    And stepped in to the light to blind you

    Give up, give up
    Give up, give up
    Give up, give up
    I can't hear you
    Through the tension
    Through the tension
    Through the tension, right now

    I can't hear you
    I can't hear you
    I can't hear you

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