I Love You Too, Death Lyrics

Who is much more than a friend,
But never by my side?

All beginnings are an end,
In the blackness there"s a light
Maybe you will only read
One or two letters at the most

Shipping crates might line the streets,
Every stranger is a ghost

Cashiers won"t deduct the pain,
Loneliness sleeps on the couch

Only noticing the stain
Once the color"s faded out

Let"s go camping in the cold,
Make a fire, buy a tent

Envision leather getting old,
Re-send pigeons that were sent

Try to memorize your smell,
It reminds me of a field

Crickets clearer than a bell
Have all their guys recast in steel
Birds don"t cry when echoes quit,
They trail off into the fog

Autumn hurts far less than sticks,
Knowing winter"s five feet tall

Generations of defeat
All a**uming your the worst

They never tied the cans
To the back end of a hearse

Take your hand against my own,
If there"s a finger I can grip

Reassure me at the ace
Mine"s a black heart you could flip
I"ve come to terms with what I have,
What"s been given, what"s been asked

Turn my back against the sea,
And beg the serpent for a dance

But in the red dirt muddy towns,
Celebration of the dark

Children walking hand in hand
With the pygmies in the park

I can"t touch you only once,
You always leave me wanting more

So keep my feet within the house,
And stick my toes just past the door

Let me know when I"m in love,
Let me die when I"m in love
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