Jeffers Win

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released May 2, 2012

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Track Name: Searching For Susanna
In the psych ward running tests
I am the last one you have left
Sus the starving artist
How I crave to nurse you back, when you're finally

Ready to love
Sure of your sanity
I'm covered in paint
Wish you were singing with me

You were smiling in the summer
Then you cut all your hair off in the cold
Parties filled your nightmares
You can suffer when you're old

And then your two poles tied you up
I tore the eyelids from my head
Babysit the sickness
Coiled up inside your bed

Sleep in the snow
Know that I'll lay down with you
Winter is cruel (clean all your clothes)
Know that I've come to save you (Know that I won't forsake you)

And the world has shut her eyes
Towards your rowing out to sea
Stumbling in your paint fumes
You forgot all about me
Track Name: Budapest Princess
So when you're older
I'll chip away your stone
With your resentment
I'll build us a home
I'll give you all my ugliness
Budapest Princess

All of my anger
Invested in her skin
Dug deep beneath her fingers
Don't ask me where I've been

They will dethrone you
For who you'll soon become
I'll burn your lemonade stand
And you'll bear us a son

And it's all that I can do
To be a child in your womb
I'm clean and holy
Inside your humid tomb
Your days all drenched in milk and piss
Budapest Princess
Track Name: Father of Tulips
Father of tulips and Father of mine
Wring away all of the sickness inside
I hope You go blind so You don't have to see
How in the world could You ever love me

Father of tulips and Father of mine
Wring away all of the sickness inside
Your son is all that I'm hungry to be
Kiss my eyes and let me sit on Your knee

Father of tulips and Father of mine
Wring away all of the sickness inside
Your love is all that I know will remain
So I need You to cut out and sever my brain