"…And give up the thing you love" (Just another Elliott’s song)
 I’ll tell you why I don’t want to know where you are I got a joke I’ve been dying to tell you The silent kid is looking down the barrel To make the noise that I kept so quiet I kept it from you, pitseleh
I’m not what’s missing from your life now I could never be the puzzle pieces They say that god makes problems just to see what you can stand Before you do as the devil pleases And give up the thing you love
But no one deserves it
The first time I saw you, I knew it would never last I’m not half what I wish I was I’m so angry, I don’t think it’ll ever pass And I was bad news for you, just because I never meant to hurt you

"…And give up the thing you love" (Just another Elliott’s song)


I’ll tell you why I don’t want to know where you are
I got a joke I’ve been dying to tell you
The silent kid is looking down the barrel
To make the noise that I kept so quiet
I kept it from you, pitseleh

I’m not what’s missing from your life now
I could never be the puzzle pieces
They say that god makes problems just to see what you can stand
Before you do as the devil pleases
And give up the thing you love

But no one deserves it

The first time I saw you, I knew it would never last
I’m not half what I wish I was
I’m so angry, I don’t think it’ll ever pass
And I was bad news for you, just because
I never meant to hurt you

This is the place you end up when you lose the chase
Where you’re dragged against your will from a basement on the hill
And all anybody knows is you’re not like them
And they kick you in the head and send you back to bed
Isolation pulled you past a tunnel
To a bright world where you can make a place to stay
But everybody’s scared of this place, they’re staying away
Your little house on Memory Lane
The mayor’s name is fear
His force patrols the pier
From a mountain of cliche
That advances every day
The doctor spoke a cloud
He rained out loud
You’ll keep your doors and windows shut
And swear you’ll never show a soul again
But isolation pushes you ‘til every muscle aches
Down the only road it ever takes
But everybody’s scared of this place, they’re staying away
Your little house on Memory Lane
If it’s your decision to be open about yourself
Be careful or else
Be careful or else
I’m comfortable apart
It’s all written on my chart
And I take what’s given me
Most cooperatively
I do what people say and lie in bed all day
Absolutely horrified
I hope you’re satisfied
Isolation pushes past self-hatred, guilt, and shame
To a place where suffering is just a game
But everybody’s scared of this place, they’re staying away
Your little house on Memory Lane
Your little house on Memory Lane

MAméMoire

"if you wanted to do something absolutely honest, something true, it always turned out to be a thing that had to be done alone”.

A Fond Farewell

The litebrite’s now black and white
Cause you took apart a picture that wasn’t right
Pitch burning on a shining sheet
The only maker that you’d want to meet
The dying man in a living room
Who’s shadow paces the floor
Who’ll take you out in the open door
This is not my life
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend
It’s not what I’m like
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend
Who couldn’t get things right
Fond farewell to a friend
He said really I just want to dance
Good and evil matched perfect it’s a great romance
I can deal with some physic pain
If it’ll slow down my higher brain
Veins full of disappearing ink
Vomiting in the kitchen sink
Disconnecting from the missing link
This is not my life
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend
It’s not what I’m like
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend
Who couldn’t get things right
Fond farewell to a friend
I see you’re leaving me and taking up with the enemy
The cold comfort of the in between
A little less than a human being
A little less than a happy high
A little less than a suicide
The only things that you really tried
This is not my life
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend
It’s not what I’m like
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend
Who couldn’t get things right
Fond farewell to a friend
This is not my life
It’s just a fond farewell to a friend