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When the tower falls
the hour calls
through the walls of redemption
the sentence completes the tension
talking to the tides
it guides life towards a childs pride
as he hides he seeks
counting down the years he never leaves.

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The stolen car

Driving past in the car he stole
Wearing his expensive suit
Staring out the window
The hoodys stand in their group

Causing nothing but trouble again
Just stood outside the corner shop
No where to go but the rain
They watch the car it doesnt stop.

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Artist

As the sun dies
the Angel cries
and the tears of the sky
fall down from blue eyes,
which wait,
while the burning bridge drowns from its mistake,
it hands you the ability to create,
and with the hands you came to life with,
the sun, comes alive.

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Your sky

In darkness you couldn't see your sky was blew
I watched society capture you
fracture you
it left you. Alone.
Afraid to walk out the door
and you cant put pieces together
when you cant pick them up off the floor.
In darkness you couldn't see your sky was blue.

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When we grew apart

You say we grew apart
but I can't not say...
'babe, you threw ya heart'
where did it go?
I know,
it was when you told your white lies
it was when you stood in the white snow.
It was when you grew into a woman.
It was when I saw you smile
babe we grew apart
but for me it was only for a while.

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Lesbian

I narrate the details of the assets that you attain
battered with bruises they won't be found again
crouching for cover standing inferior to you
you destitute in riches which is dearer to you
to now indiscreetly impersonate the obscene
black tar is repeated after you got clean
and you refuse to choose the hero, only the heroin.

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Walk of Shame

Another bed
another dark morning
another man.

Another sour taste from the night before
another cold bed
another look at her clothes on the floor.

Another night when she is gone
another is not one
another look at whats been done
another exit from what was more than fun.

Another memory to know no name
another look before the walk of shame.

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When Summer Went

The summer, it watches over winter
Manchester, you get stuck like the splinter
in the skin of the industrial mother
standing by his side watching him suffer
the citys bright lights are just a cover
for the body lies under the dieing
the citys tears fall, the sky is crying
the jogger, he soon becomes a sprinter
The summer, it watches over winter.

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When the birds fly

When the birds fly
the mind opens its eye
the heart looks up to the sky
the birds fly.

The birds fly south
the ear opens its mouth
the nose sees summer
the kids they are playing out...

When the birds fly
we dream our words dont die.
Reborn with a babys cry
the birds fly leaving stars
they stay in the night,
we are the birds
we escape to the light.

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The Searching One

Does our own faith kill us is what we ask
come Halloween you hide behind a mask
or is the truth that we hold our true task
another story about two people
questioning if love makes us all equal
can a true heart be the mother of pride
not to stop but to comfort ones that tried
can religions be let be and still bind
and can the one who is searching now find.

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