Kong:

(Verse): She hides her mouth to keep the demons at bay, but the streets are already filthy anyway. I hear them flutter from every depressing direction.

(Chorus): It seems the cops and the robbers are one and the same.

(Verse): I hear the rats in the walls and the stairs. Around every wall is a threatening glare. "Don't you have a heart?" I think to myself in depressing reflection.

(Chorus): It seems the cops and the robbers are one and the same. Everything about this place has driven me insane.

 

The Pines:

(Verse): Drivel on about the space between you and whatnot. You rubberband around the fingers of the hand that overfeeds you. On the arms of a sleeve where a heart lies beneath, and the head so close but so far away to make sure that you need and I need too.

(Chorus): She don't care what I'd do for them. I don't care what I've already done.

(Verse); Snakes in the grass on the other side of the fence sinking their fangs into the veins of my mistakes in vain. Glory days for the future of my blood. Someday he'll learn of love through pain.

(Chorus); She don't care what I'd do for them. I don't care what I've already done.

 

Sentimental Woman:

(Verse): You're such a sentimental woman, keeping flowers long past dead. Yeah, you're a sentimental woman and I think the dust we've kept is getting to your head.

(Chorus): I can't blame you for trying. I hate to see you crying. Sentimental woman dry your eyes before you become what you despise.

(Verse): They think it's hate in your eyes, but all I see is love. Always been that way despite these ugly motherfuckers trying to bring you down, but they can't bring you down. From the lovely land of heat and corruption to the lovely land of self-destruction, and here you've done what you can for me. For this I sing to thee.

(Chorus): I can't blame you for trying. I hate to see you crying. Sentimental woman dry your eyes before you become what you despise.

 

Farm:

(Verse): I see flesh in the mud. I see holes that we dug, but I don't see me I'm nowhere to be found. Metal scrapes through the dirt. Life comes up through the earth. It's them and the land where no one's around.

(Verse): It's them before us. The land of no trust. They're all wolves in sheep's coats. Yeah, they're splitting at the seams with fake smiles, shooting the breeze for a while, and I'll just sit here hoping they choke on the frogs in their throats.

(Verse): King cowardly cooking blue's clues hourly, but all the viewers are clueless. It's concerning my mind body and soul, and they're on a roll with planting seeds and coming up fruitless.

 

Soul Eater:

(Verse): Actions speak louder than words, but you seem paralyzed. All that you do is talk, talk, talk talk. What a cold pair of eyes. You're so cold.

(Verse): I see right through you. I'm not one to be swayed. I heard you talk about how you're changing, but all your words do is fade. Your words are fading away. Don't even try to save face you're no different. Between you and what you loathe there's no difference.

 

When Pigs Fly:

(Verse): Leaning side to side. Inside-out skin to bones. I hate to break it to you, but I've seen you shake when we're alone. But keep shaking.

Let the coppers catch me. I'd like to see them try. Cause I got this far on a rear flat tire, and I know that I might die, but they think I'm shaking.

(Chorus): Don't you know I seen you coming from a mile away? The pigs are flying down memory lane - such a shame, cause I thought I'd be there too. The pigs got a hold on me and you.

(Verse): And they just might be right, way in over my head. I just wanted a taste and now I'm the one who's shaking. They're gonna shoot me dead.

(Verse): Where is your thick skin now? Must've left it in town but it's far too late. Our fate is sealed by the time the sun goes down, and the restless walk around. I'll do it my damn self. You don't have to look, and I promise that I won't make a sound.

 

A Piece of Mine:

(Verse): Too close for comfort. Trapped in a box, and waiting for the day that we finally pick the locks. In a frenzy, in a fit. Desires and necessities split you through and leave you black and blue in the grey matter. What matters to them doesn't concern us in the end. If there's one thing they taught me, it's that I'm allowed to pretend.

(Verse): We can have our opinions, but they're entitled to fact. Standing by, and turning eyes as we're falling through the cracks. Crawling through the lies just to make the seconds last. All we've got is our time, and I'm forced to trade my peace of mind for a piece of mine. But at least you've got your coffee and your benefits, off you go to be a good denizen.

 

Just Enough To Get By:

(Verse): Boogie, baby. Feel the lunar youth. Sugarcoat the bitter truth that you can't stand today. It's only just to forget that I got lost in my head. Or am I still lost in my head? I can't find a better way to cope.

(Verse): I'm in the streets, neighbors fast asleep. On my eyes, a sadness fleets, for the moon's grown older now, and it might as well go down. I didn't get to watch it age. These days, I'm colder than I ever was before, and I can't find a better way to cope.

 

Nosebleed:

(Verse): I'm paranoid it follows. Paranoid it follows me. And scared of it especially 'cause I know it's something you can't see. Think of all the children. Someone grab the children and flee. Familiar, but barren faces baring teeth.

(Verse): I don't know where to go from here. Should've steered clear of strange love. I think that the coast is clear, or is this sense of safety made up? It's getting close. The fear is creeping up through my toes. I feel it dancing up my spine and bleeding out through my nose. Bleeding out through my nose.

(Verse): This situation begs the question, do I pass it on, or pass it off as just the two of us having fun? Repercussions, they invade my brain. Gotta end the vicious cycle and senseless pain.

(Bridge): So this is how it ends, fatigue's my only friend. Feed me to the wolves in the trees, I don't need my soul to mend.

 

A New Out:

(Intro): Slow down. Don't you know how it gets to you? It's a low roar in the wooden floors and crooked air. And you're staring at nothing, glaring at nothing. Compared to clarity, it's close to fair.

(Verse): Cup of apathy for breakfast, but don't you love your pearl necklace? It's supposed to make you feel alright. I need half a tank of petrol just to make it there and back. I'd give a lifetime of petrol if someone would cut me some slack. Am I supposed to feel alright? 'Cause I don't feel so good about this one.

(Verse): So now you're purchasing herbs, and sassafras for your nerves, they're supposed to make you feel alright. But you're just running in circles, looking for a new out. Yeah your body's a temple, but you only worship self-doubt, and you don't really feel alright.

 

Easier:

(Verse): Easier, it should be easier. Easier, it should be easier. How can I coast when you're asking the most of me, and how can you boast when you make me do everything?

(Pre-chorus): Isabelle, I'm wishing you well. In a spell, Isabelle, I'll see you in hell.

(Verse): Easier, wish it was easier. Easier, it don't get easier. This weight on my shoulders is taking a toll on my goals and a hold on the things I desire the most. So I hope and you hope and we hope it gets easy.

(Bridge): I can't find a better way to cope.

(Pre-chorus): Isabelle, Isabelle. In a spell.

 

Sinking:

(Verse): Death by wanderlust, death to all of us. We've lost the wind since I don't know when. We've lost the wind.

(Pre-chorus): The foamy shores we're longing for are so far gone.

(Chorus): And you say, "wasn't me, couldn't be". But no one's even pointing fingers. It's all for naught. I think you forgot that we're sinking.

(Pre-chorus): The foamy shores we're longing for are so far gone.

(Chorus): And you say, "wasn't me, couldn't be". But no one's even pointing fingers. It's all for naught. I think you forgot that we're sinking.