Tomorrow

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We laugh it off when someone's got their life together. Well, wouldn't that be nice? And I've spent my last 10 dollars on a t-shirt that one day I'll outgrow. Just like my habits and my stupid friends who don't tell me to go home when my night has clearly reached its end.

And we'll live to see tomorrow, but tomorrow might not be great. And we'll live to tell another tale of what left us that day. So turn on your early 20's, smell the hint of gasoline. Cause what was made to kill us is never as it seems.

You say it doesn't count if you don't remember, well then I guess I can't count much. And I'll I've wanted for the past few nights is to feel your siren touch. The streetlights never seem to balance out the way I want them to. The color's never right, but black's been all I'm seeing too. I need you.

And we'll live to see tomorrow, but tomorrow might not be great. And we'll live to tell another tale of what left us that day. So turn on your early 20's, smell the hint of gasoline. Cause what was made to kill us is never as it seems.

And I will wait outside. And I will stay the night. And I will wait outside cause I can't get home anyways.

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from Michigan, released August 19, 2016

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