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The Ocean Leaves The Brine

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The Ocean Leaves The Brine

Well the girls here are all made of smoke
And their dreams are living in my beer
A silhoutte wind swoops and sways near
Tonight the ocean leaves the brine
And this smoke here, well she’s all mine
Yeah I’ve got to get out of this place
Even this ash tray is growing a face
But I won’t let the winter bring me down
The faces, the faces, they’re all around
You know the stars are all just God’s germs
And now my shot glass is spawning worms
Tonight the ocean leaves the brine
The moon is now made of sea salt
Forever is no longer going with time
And I guess that could be my fault
I pour out all the rivers of the earth
Onto the concrete sky
Now it’s raining for what it’s worth
And the cement falls into your eye
Well the girls here are all made of smoke
And their realities are dead on the floor
Their thoughts are swimming back to shore
And nightmares don’t get to sleep anymore
The worms are all marching in a line
And tonight the ocean leaves the brine

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