Loop the Loop

Album: Smother (2011)
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  • Oh don't you think
    That people are the strangest things.
    Design of desire
    Means all that the heart requires
    Is what it can't recognize.

    Oh no, hm

    Oh don't you think
    That people are the hardest things.
    Design of desire
    Means all that the heart requires
    Is what it can't compromise.

    Oh no
    Oh, oh, oh, oh

    I've made enough enemies.
    No I've made enough enemies.

    Forget now
    How many must I
    Forget now
    How many must I
    Forget now
    How many must I forget?

    Remember
    As many as I
    Remember
    As many as I
    Remember
    I must forget.

    Regret now
    How many do I
    Regret now
    How many do I
    Regret now
    How many do I
    Regret?

    Slender
    Oh there is so many
    Slender
    Oh there is so many
    Slender
    Oh there is so many
    Slender songs I regret.

    Oh don't you think
    That people are the strangest things
    Design of desire
    Means all that the heart requires
    Is what it can't sympathize. Publisher: DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
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