This clock smokes a cigarette that tucks itself into my nest of a jaw acting as a memento of my most cherished flaw. I can hear Fool's Paradise calling to me; it's hollow promises idle above me until I fail to remember whether this is a wedding or a funeral releasing it's doves to me. You're a modern desolate suicide with your insides filled with fearful and uneasy pesticides.
I'm too exhausted to lose it. and too inferior to choose it. and the restless clock stays awake impassively with your ballad like a phantom of my pallid heart which feels eternally invalid. I pace past pit stops but I never eat when I've lasted this long already. You're a modern romantic suicide with a heart that has hung itself out to dry.
Sometimes my heartbreak brakes, snarling as it painstakingly falters like the moon at daybreak; stumbling across a canvas to its haunted nest and sleeping beneath these ten-thousand lakes. I won't let the shine blast my shade. I won't let the darkness begin to fade. I won't let the sparkle ride my mind. You're so rustic and piously unkind.
Paramour, you're not abandoned yet. You're scrutinizing yourself and you're far too unfair. You've got your crown all tangled up and I wish I could make you care.
No Paramour, you haven't been abandoned yet. It doesn't matter all you've endured. It doesn't matter all you've observed; sentimental daggers still seem to lacerate your brain. I've acquired my fair share of knives, I'll guide you through the pain. You're not abandoned.
So abandon me when you're not alone. Let's abandon me so you're not alone. Give me your fists because you're staggering. Let me hold you still because you're staggering.