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The Darkest Side
by The Middle East

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Love was the air in your mother's lungs
When her father tore her fences down
Plastic bags and panadol was out

Love with your sold Gibson 335
And her father's dream died that night
Just to keep the electricity on

And it's the darkest side of my heart that dies when you come to me
And it's the golden ticket I win when you kill my enemies
I hear the father's cry and the softest sigh when I'm empty
But if you leave me I'll hide in a game like SimCity

Oh when I die I'm alive
And when I lose I find
My identity

Son if I died on my bedroom floor
Would you cry on your bedroom floor?
And tattoo my name underneath your arm

Ooh, love that was alive in the olden days
And put to death in this golden age
By a colour TV

And it's the darkest side of my heart that dies when you come to me
And it's the golden ticket I win when you kill my enemies
I hear the father's cry and the softest sigh when I'm empty
But if you leave me I'll get me gone and drowned face down muddy in the water

Oh when I die
When I die
Die I'm alive
When I lose I find
My identity

Love was those dark clouds on the Friday
It was a holy shaking earthquake
And you were stuck up in the tree

And it's the darkest side of my heart that dies when you come to me
Oh, and it's the golden ticket I win when you kill my enemies
I hear the father's cry and the softest sigh when I'm empty
But if you leave me I'll hello goodbye I'm shining knight look I'm deadman

Oh when I die
When I die
When I die
When I die I'm alive
When I lose I find
My identity

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