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A Lexicon

This song is by Burning Airlines and appears on the album Identikit (2001).

Now the leeches are in love,
and the serenade's begun.
Maybe you're the lucky one,
but you can't trust a simple song.
You're no fun.

Always speeding to outrun,
identification.
Stoop for the honor;
this pen's poison.

Defeated honorees,
trade self-made mythologies.
Who are these vampires,
these ugly beauties?

We are, we are steering by falling stars.
Swearing upon a lexicon of scars,
but sweetest revenge never comes true.
Why sing it again?
Try something new.

Testing fatal deficits.
Proves to you that you exist.
Part-time assassin,
Who's next on this list?

We are, we are steering by falling stars.
Swearing upon a lexicon of scars,
but sweetest revenge never comes true.
Why sing it again?
Try something new.

If this is a curse,
I christen you,
King Midas in reverse,
without retinue,
your mercenary faith begoning proof.
When sweetest revenge never comes true.

Why sing it again?
Why sing it again?

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