The New Recluse

by Too Soon

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released October 12, 2013

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Too Soon New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans, LA

Don't waste too much time trying to figure out where we go when we die.

Formerly Too Soon For Symmetry

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Track Name: Vagrant
Track Name: Better Off
Maybe i'm worth more than i'm told
better off
better off
thinking that i'm made of gold

Though it seems,
nothing could ever be enough
self absorbed
hoping that we could measure up
to all of my intentions
you've captured my attention
please don't make a scene i'll walk my ass back home

Lock the doors this is seclusion

keep your distance
maybe one day we'll make amends
foreclosure is found in the end
when I burn all these possessions
just to teach myself a lesson
no you've never deserved anything short of death.

and he's let loose, the new recluse
as we struggle to tie this noose
around your neck

Nothing could ever be enough
Track Name: Nautical By Nature
A new start
a new year we're so dramatic
yet we're so sincere
you cant run
you can't hide this generations never satisfied
woah i'm throwing caution to the wind
i'm crossing all the boundaries
my blood
wont clot so wake me up before the bleeding stops

I'm not saying that it never happens
It only happens when you cross state lines
a taste of freedom oh
you want this so bad

we sail away

With no life
and no friends
your suicides are just attempts
it feels wrong
but think twice eventually we'll have to pay the price
woah the blades not sharpened and the ships departed wheres the shore line I need
The only way that i can be complete
Track Name: Family Tree
Branch out you want to branch out
you've worked so hard
yet theres still no room to grow
why is it so hard to say
take all the time we've spent
I dont ask for
fuck all the nourishment

The roots of my family tree are so well wrapped around me forever constricting