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Does time live happily,
Beside immortality?
Or do all these moments die,
When dark hours give up their light?
And if there's a side,
High above all time,
I would love to freeze with you,
And enjoy the still view.

And like a lover's tree,
Abbreviated with he and she,
Written on love-scarred skin,
The rusted fence that keeps Eden in.
He left the tides behind for her,
A love note for a sunny shore,
And they would lay side by side,
Like beasts under the moon's eye.

"Quite frankly" spoke the crashing shore,
"I must admit I do adore,
The thing that I do love the most,
The way your ocean hugs my coast.
The way your night waits patiently,
For light to fade in gracefully.
These cycles of duality,
The sun and the moon above eternity."

She would sit and think of everything,
About that boy that made her sing,
And sit and laugh away the day,
To bring the night where she would lay,
Asleep at his side,
His immutable bride.
It took a stone this cold,
To move those tides.

Does time live happily,
Beside immortality?
Or do all these moments die,
When dark hours give up their light?
And if there's a side,
High above all time,
I would love to freeze with you,
And enjoy the still view.

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from International Conflict for Beginners, released July 4, 2016

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Spacey rock n roll from Boston, MA with sweet harmonies and a great attitude. Music you'd take home to mom and dad, then later makeout to when they're asleep.

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