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you always took the risk, never doubted your chances
we were the kings of the summer all year round, we were young and reckless
this song's called 20 hours, because it didnt even take a day
for you to clear out all your shit and go away

like being held down and beaten, i saw it all fade to black
34 sodas for ten bucks in a tied up trash bag

and i remember when we would talk and sing
shitheads until 6 am when we would finally get to sleep
but now all it is to me
is like a curtain going down on my memories
like it's the end and i know

everyone who knew us, never would have doubted, maybe never would have said it out loud
that there was fire in your breath, there were only broken teeth in your mouth

i was 6 years old again, forgetting you at school
like you remembered the whole time but tried to play it cruel
like i was winning everything i wanted to lose

and i am trembling, i am shaking, and i can't pretend that i don't know
you were the one friend it was hardest to finally let go
i am the black tape with your picture, born into the world as snow
but stained so red now it made a brown spot in the grass below
i ran out to the backyard, losing my breath, fighting the woods like they were you
breaking stick after branch looking for a hint or a tiny clue
that you're still around, that you exist
that you aren't just the smell of medication and piss


from Tyson Ballew​/​Ethan Uhl Split, released March 1, 2015


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