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I saw the text you got while we were by the restaurant bathroom
Guess you'll tell me soon enough
I'd always thought we'd solve our problems as we came to them but
I know communication's tough

Was it the things I said when I had actually cared about them
That I became a joke to you
Was it that time I didn't want your friend to stay in my room
That's not something I usually do

I can't blame you
But also I can't even understand
Crafting a future
Besides the one that you and I had planned

I hate that now you have to act like I was bad to you
Ailment leaving you uncured
Your characters, they don't just vanish when you tell them to
But, guess you're writing your own world

Take a month to fill the list of things to yell about
Take a month to change my mind
Paint a smile on just wide enough to cover my mouth
To make up for all the lost time

I can't hate you
For going somewhere you wanted to be, but
New England frozen over
Is trapping me in weight up to my knees

One day the ice'll melt and break away and
Show all the scars I earned along the way, just
Hope someone likes the looks of my new face

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from Sing Myself to Sleep, released November 11, 2015

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Carter Robinson Austin, Texas

North Carolina native Carter Robinson first began recording music while a student at Brown University. His songs weave together melodic guitar riffs, strong piano parts, and smooth vocals to create soothing, intricately-produced soundscapes.

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