I Always Wanna Die (Sometimes)

Album: A Brief Inquiry into Online Relationships (2018)
Charted: 67
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  • I bet you thought your life would change
    But you're sat on a train again
    Your memories are sceneries
    For things you said but never really meant
    You build it too high to say goodbye
    Because you're not the same as them
    But your death, it won't happen to you
    It happens to your family and your friends, I pretend

    And I always wanna die sometimes
    I always wanna die sometimes

    You win, you lose, you sing the blues
    There's no point in buying concrete shoes, I refuse

    And I always wanna die sometimes
    I always wanna die sometimes
    I always wanna die

    Am I me through geography?
    A face collapsed through entropy
    I can hardly speak
    And when I try, it's nothing but a squeak
    On the video, living room for small
    If you can't survive, just try

    And I always wanna die sometimes
    I always wanna die
    Always wanna die
    Always wanna die
    Always wanna die
    And I always wanna die
    Always wanna die
    Always wanna die sometimes
    Sometimes
    Sometimes
    Sometimes
    I sometimes always wanna die
    Always wanna die
    Always wanna die
    Always wanna
    Sometimes Writer/s: Adam Brian Thomas Hann, George Bedford Daniel, Matthew Timothy Healy, Ross Stewart MacDonald
    Publisher: CONCORD MUSIC PUBLISHING LLC, Downtown Music Publishing, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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