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​(Fork and Knife)

This song is by Brand New. and appears on the single (Fork and Knife) (2007)

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(Fork and Knife)
We take it easy, tigers in a cage
We're pacing on our pads and waiting
For the town to come in revelry
Our lazy bones ache for our dowry

You can't hold on to the thrill
So I hope you find your will to follow through
(What we invented, I am now ending)
Hold on to who you loved
We are dry and blown like dust since we were young
(What we invented, I am now ending)

The closest thing we had to royalty
A chance to break our parents' patterns
We chose to keep our teenage tragedy
In lieu of a romantic palace

Play tender like a newborn baby would
Play tender 'til the night is over
I'm leaving you to nurse your cherished wounds
And care for it just like your lover, yeah

You can't hold on to the thrill
So I hope you find your will to follow through
(What we invented, I am now ending)
Hold on to who you love
We are dry and blown like dust since we were young
(What we invented, I am now ending)

You can't hold on to the thrill
So I hope you find your will to follow through
(What we invented, I am now ending)
Hold on to who you loved
We are dry and blown like dust since we were young
(The morning's over, the day is in full swing)

I know you're busy
But please, won't you come visit me?
You are an aimless ghost
You haunt your bag of bones

The wolf messed with your vision
He is sitting in your kitchen
While you sleep tonight
He will eat your young and you will act surprised

You can't hold on to the thrill
So I hope you find your will to follow through
(What we invented, I am now ending)
Hold on to who you love
We are dry and blown like dust since we were young
(What we invented, I am now ending)

You can't hold on to the thrill
So I hope you find your will to follow through
(What we invented, I am now ending)
Hold on to who you loved
We are dry and blown like dust since we were young
(The morning's over, the day is in full swing)

Written by:

Vincent Accardi, Jesse Lacey

Produced by:

Brand New