Constellations

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I've done enough damage to this body
I'll do better with the next one
When the planets do align
We'll walk across them stepping stones
I'll show you all that is pretty in this God-forsaken city
Even if my bones do break, I guess I'll break every last one

Stranded, in a world full of bandits
Vanished, peace of mind has managed
Damage, can't cover up with a bandage
Left frantic, demons in my manic
All alone in this cold planet
Banished to roam in exile by cherished
Repent or you'll be perished
This is my path, yeah, it only seems candid

Remember the garden that I grew up in
And pardon the new adjustments as nothing but due comeuppance
And we'll try tuning up let's 
Play a new a song for new ears and start a new year with freshness
Something a little more electric than a death wish
Tighten up the loose connections
Get the foundation cemented
Chew up all this garlic and pop a breath mint
Before we get neglected and left without refreshments

Crawled my way up to the surface but the current pulled me back
It took my back and held it's grasp
Now I'm stuck here in Atlantis
Wish I didn't take too much for granted
But a lesson's never learned without a message

I've done enough damage to this body
I'll do better with the next one
When the planets do align
We'll walk across them stepping stones
I'll show you all that is pretty in this God-forsaken city
Even if my bones do break, I guess I'll break every last one

In a queen sized with my queen
Iced feet and pistachio iced cream
Red faces, the afterglow's lime green
Spewed over the balcony
It all came back to me
In a nightmare that I dreamed
I don't wanna see her face, it's too blinding
I can feel my temperature rising
Skewed into a galaxy
I fell to the gravity

Life was a fantasy
But its thorns turn the beauty into tragedy
I thought my problems were only imaginary
But they had blossomed gradually
You were always bad for me
Can't tell my dreams from my real life
But the moonlight shines, seems too bright
Your eyes glowed and I thought it was a sign
But I'm stuck in constellations
I wonder where my place is 

I don't know what the answer is
Is this smoke what I need or is it cancerous?
Do I care where I land or is it safe to fish?
From way up in the clouds where the angels sit?
And will my idols hate me or will they cherish this?
Will this get to their ears or will this terribly miss?
I just hope my friends will at least care for this
I just hope my friends will at least care for this

I've done enough damage to this body
I'll do better with the next one
When the planets do align
We'll walk across them stepping stones
I'll show you all that is pretty in this God-forsaken city
Even if my bones do break, I guess I'll break every last one

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Written by: Chase Greenberg, Hunter Millette

Lyrics © DistroKid

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