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I'm trying to make this cohesive, I'm trying to sound so sure.
If my foundations weren't stripped away, this house would be secure.
But you built me better than that, and I know it wasn't eternal.
I still remember the call on the warehouse floor.

And I hope my hope shone through.
And I hope I'm strong for the rest of you.
I hope my hope shone through.
And I hope I'm strong for the rest of you.

I don't know if it justifies the means.
And I don't know if things were as they seemed.
These old thoughts and memories, old haunts and forgotten times.
I hope that it was the life you dreamed.

I don't want to talk about how things turned out, how chances slipped away; it was out of my god-damned hands. I don't to think about how much time we could have had, or how we last fought and how I wished it was over.

"Oh my child, this war has taken a toll on you you'll never know. You don't need to ask how I'm feeling."

I'll do the dishes, I'll do the chores, just have faith in me, have faith in me. I'll do whatever, I'll please them all, just have faith in me, have faith in me.

I don't know if it justifies the means.
And I don't know if things were as they seemed.
These old thoughts and memories, old haunts and forgotten times.
I hope that it was the life you dreamed.

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from Afterthoughts, released April 30, 2016

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