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my falsetto actually doesn't sound like complete garbage, so there's that. as for the lyrics, oh hey look! more breakup bullshit.

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I remember the first time I climbed the hill
I was seven years old and
discovered the grave near the
elementary school playground
it didn't like me but still
I tried to communicate with it
and received backhanded compliments
courtesy of the teacher telling me:

"Don't you go around talking
to elementary school graves
don't you know that someone your age
dies every day
why don't you go back to the swings
or play with the other kids"
so I listened closely
and I can't remember what I did.

You're just like the hill
you're just like the grave
I looked to you for answers
and you couldn't save me
save me again
I've misbehaved but I don't
consider you my friend.

Remember the time
I got you roses
no you don't
because we weren't close like that
remember the time
that I mapped the journey
you do
it was four hours too long for you.

Remember the time
we had a struggle
how could you not
it was every day in the jungle
oh don't you lie to me
I do not understand
why you want to
block away those thoughts.

You're just like the hill
you're just like the grave
I looked to you for answers
but you couldn't save me
save me again
I've misbehaved but I don't
consider you my friend.


You're just like the hill
you're just like the grave
I looked to you for answers
but you couldn't save me
save me again
I've misbehaved but I don't
consider you my friend.

You're just like the hill
you're just like the grave
I looked to you for answers
but you couldn't save me
save me again
I've misbehaved but I don't
consider you my friend.

I've misbehaved
save me again
I've misbehaved but I don't
consider you my friend.

Save me
save me again
I've misbehaved but I don't
consider you my friend.

So are you my friend
you call me a brother
even though we're less close than your mother
are you my friend
is there an end

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J Sutton is Patent, a music project of lo-fi, post-rock, and emo tendencies that hails from Alabama.

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