The Last Battle

by Energy Whores

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The night before, the night before
The night before they bombed the beach
So we had someplace to hide from our enemies reach
We had two guns and an energy bar each

We hit a mine and went overboard
Frozen and anxious we swam ashore
Was breaking daylight outside a liquor store

As we got closer to a 711
A woman said repent or you won’t go to heaven
She didn’t mean it I could tell by her expression

The bodies lay across the intersection
A storm coming in was my recollection
I just remember, there really is no connection

I think of you, I think of you, you
I think of you and I drink a soda
When you were still alive back in Altamira
I take some pills and lay down on a sofa

It’s been a year since the devastation
Since I saw you at the fire station
Could be true but it might be a hallucination
Reality with, with some modification

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released May 24, 2019

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Carrie Schoenfeld is the singer songwriter for Energy whores.

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