Photography: brandonlangford

Out of the Vein

Good Man

If you ever find a way to forgive me If you ever find a way to put this all to rest Because I'm hanging on your dress now like a little boy When all that you wanted, all that you wanted Was a good man, all right Right in the middle of another big fight Boom back, another one tonight Blood never forgets but who protects The memories when we bleed each other from the vein? And if you ever find a way to make this interesting If I ever find a way to stop disintegrating Into pieces that I was that you destroy When all that you wanted, all that you wanted Was a good man, all right Right in the middle of another big fight Go to bed it's getting light out Why do you, why do you, why do you Always find me in the places when I'm coming down? And how do you do it when I'm overwhelmed by a violet sky? And we fly in a decayed orbit 66,000 miles an hour goes by When we kissed and only now do I feel your mouth Like an ache you never knew And it was right in front of you Oh how do you do it? Roots in the soil untangled Releasing in sweet summer oil, still I recoil like mace In all the little moments I pushed you away that I can't erase Every moment overflows with power, 66,000 miles an hour And if you ever find a way to forgive me If you ever find a way to put this all to rest Because I am hanging on your dress now like a little boy all that you wanted Was a good man, all right And all that you wanted, all that you wanted Was a good man Was a good man Was a good man Was a good man Was a good man Was a good man Was a good man

 
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