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Life Before Aesthetics

This song is by Denison Witmer and appears on the album Carry The Weight (2008).

I've got more important things
Than shiny diamond rings
And modern furniture

Life before aesthetics was
A nail hole in a wall
A borrowed comforter

Now I wait until the sound
As if I never drowned in my addition
I'm not saying that it's right
But waking through the night I felt it coming

And it crossed my heart
When did all this start
Stand together, fall apart
And it crossed my heart

Hear the oceans as they sing
The mountains and the spring
And all it means to me

Life before aesthetics is
A mindset that imparts impossibilities

Still I waste the chance to give
As if I've never lived throughout deletion (?)
I'm not telling you it's right
But waking through the night
I felt it happen

And it crossed my heart
When did all this start
Fall together, stand apart
And it crossed my heart

And it crossed my heart
I've got more important things
Than shiny diamond rings
And modern furniture.

When did all this start
Life before aesthetics was
A nail hole in a wall
A borrowed comforter

Stand together, fall apart
Hear the oceans as they sing
The mountains and the spring
And all it means to me

And it crossed my heart
Life before aesthetics is
A mindset that imparts impossibilities