The Princess

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First time’s the lucky one, second time’s the charm, by now it’s obvious, you’re out to do me harm, but I have to wonder would I be less at fault if I would have listened to the voice in my head screaming get out, there’s nothing left for you here anyway, get out, get away, and the next time you see me it’ll be more than likely I’ll careen through your scenery like a cavalcade of crows, but if I’ve learned anything of retaliation, I’ve learned that it’s pointless, so here’s my advice to you, get out, there’s nothing left for you to say anyway, get out of my way, Do What You Want Whenever You Want After All Who Do I Think I Am To Stand In Your Way.

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from Down, released May 12, 2009

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