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Taking Back Sunday

Skin against skin covering bone,
The body you're in is aggressively slim.
Yeah, you earned the clothes you put on it
To cover up where you've been.
No leave those scars at home,
Let them slide down the length
Of your spine, cross your knees
Then down past your feet.
They slow our momentum each time
You're reminded that they're there

You don't have to pretend to be an orphan anymore.
You don't have to pretend to be important anymore.

That brutal you, exhumed and removed
Entombed in a box cached across your room.
It slows our momentum each time
I'm reminded that it's there.
Your anxious tongue spills cautious words
Yeah it's gotten so used to being misunderstood.
You do your best to control it
Remind yourself that you care

You don't have to pretend to be an orphan anymore.
You don't have to pretend to be important anymore.
Hey, sad savior, you don't have to pretend to be an orphan anymore

"Oh, never, not ever again!"
Is what you swore the last time this happened
"Never, not ever again!"
Are you gonna settle for those bastards?
"Never not ever again!"
"Never! (Not ever, no!) No, never! (Not ever, no!)"
"Never not ever again!"
Is what you swore...

You don't have to pretend to be an orphan anymore
You don't have to pretend to be important anymore
Anymore!

So hey, sad savior
You don't have to pretend to be an orphan
Not an orphan anymore

Written by SHAUN COOPER, MARK O'CONNELL, JOHN NOLAN, ADAM LAZZARA, EDWARD REYES
Published by RAZOR & TIE DIRECT LLC

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