All We've Known Is Right Here

from by You Are Plural

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Take your book,
And paint it black.
Golden ink,
To spread the text.
Across the page, like all the rest,
With my words, in fading red.

I'm all by myself,
When the word is not my own.
I'm all by myself,
When the word is all I've known.

In the afterlife,
On the mountain of golden rings,
In the clouds, above the sea,
You imagined everything.

I'm all by myself,
When the word is not my own.
I'm all by myself,
When the word is getting old.
I'm all by myself,
When the word is all I've known.

Oh come close,
Stand near the windows.
To see where we laid,
Out to dry,
And say what was right here for you.

Fall over,
Down from the altar,
Into the other.
Should we sit in the shade?
Where skin is thin,
And all within is too much to bare.

I'm all by myself,
When the word is not my own.
I'm all by myself,
When the word is getting old.
I'm all by myself,
When the word is all I've known.
I'm all by myself,
When the word is not my own.

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from No More, released September 6, 2011

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