The clouds are gone now, and I’ve inhaled your sunset,
Like it was my first breath of air after taking a dive too deep.
I thought I couldnt swim fast enough,
Lover. I thought I’d drown.
If I did, would you have cared to recucitate,
Would you have dared to pull me from the water?
No, all that’s left in your sky, your dusk horizon,
Is a small red sun surrounded by smoke.
You’ve burnt every last field for stealing your sunlight.
And my lungs are to small to take that from you.
So darling, I’m putting out your cigarette for you,
Cause I’m an addict with nothing to offer.
And you, you are a cancer
Forcing me to live.