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My biggest fear in life's not knowing when my life will come to an end, when will I end?

Everyone's saying, "you shouldn't think about that, you should worry about everything that's at hand. Do you understand? Do you understand? Do you understand?" "I understand."

It's not the idea of death that gets to me, it's the idea that life ends suddenly, I guess you could call me paranoid. You could call me paranoid.


Is it really worth it to know the day that you die?

I'll spend my life worrying about how I'll spend my time.

It's a shallow existence I'm not ready to lead.

I'll live my life in fear, happily.


Then we want to start focusing on other things we want to focus on the memories that we have made.
I would trade my time for double the time to swap another story or two,
downstairs in your basement, downstairs where they can't hear us.
I lost track of time about an hour or two ago.
Then you will come and ask me what to do with these secrets, our dirty laundry, dirty laundry.

Throw 'em in the woods!!!



Is it really worth it to know the day that you die?

I'll spend my life worrying about how I'll spend my life.

It's a shallow existence I'm not ready to lead.

I'll live my life in fear, happily.

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from Your Golden Years, released April 22, 2016

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