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The correct title of this article is Documented Minor Emotional Breakdown #1. Some symbols have been changed to their equivalent word due to technical restrictions.
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Documented Minor Emotional Breakdown #1

This song is by Los Campesinos! and appears on the album We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed (2008).

I restored your mother's faith in men whilst boring you to death,
Left nothing more than the circle of stubble rash around your chest.
My life was saved by a packet of nineteen cigarettes carried in my left breast pocket, for a closest friend.
A sleeping bag on the floor twists hips like buffalo horns,
They said "that boy is too lazy" you were clearly forewarned.
A jealous ex silenced the room, he said that you were a whore;
"Do you kiss your mummy's lips with that mouth?".

She imagined everything I said in falsetto;
The only way to justify my childish despair.
I spent my last six fifty in a public phone box,
(Graffited genitalia from the ceiling to the floor)
Played reckless, rapid like a fruit machine.
I see gargoyles in the floral of the duvet cover,
You see melodrama move from one sentence to the other.
Many years practice of speaking in hushed tones.

Written by:

Gareth Campesinos! and Tom Campesinos!