Saturday, November 14, 2009

Causalities and Convenience

We're the royalty
of causalities
most especially you
you're the king of convenience

And this modern age
has left you
chasing graves.
And you'd kill me fast
If you thought it be best
for you.
Would you wear my skin
as a suit
If you thought that it
looked good on you?

Yet there is no reason to ask
I already know the answer
Whatever's good
Whatever's the most giving
Whatever produces the most desirable result

Cause you count your worth
in all the value you take
and you'll never fix
all the problems you have, honey
if you continue to view
you're life from this window.
You've got to open that door
step feet to the floor,
bare your own ground,
even if it's the least attractive
attribute of you.
You've got to motivate yourself
before you take the world down
with you.

We're the royalty
of casualties
most especially you
you're the king of convenience

And your heart's a flame,
about to turn to ash.
You better hurry fast,
if you want any progress
from here.

I'm not bitter
about your decision
to look opposite directions
but I'm advising you, dear
you better watch her closely
cause she's a devil in cheap disguise.
And she will have you chasing graves
and taking names.
All the while using her selfish
desperation and deception
through your window of truth.

And you'll never fix
all the problems you have, honey
if you continue to view
you're life from this window.
You've got to open that door,
step feet to the floor,
bare your own ground.

Don't be afraid to go without!
There is power in patience!
There is grace,
here,
waiting!

But
We're the royalty
of causalities
most especially you
you're the king of convenience.

And this modern age
has left you
chasing graves.
And you'd kill me fast
if you thought it be best
for you.
Would you wear my skin
as a suit
if you thought that it
looked good on you?

There is grace,
here,
waiting!

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