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Smut – Fan Age Lyrics

Fan Age Lyrics – Smut

I see a distance
An empty horizon
Climbing up the backs of every idol you reside in
I promise gold in every short-winded letter
Found a spot of sun where I can lie in wait forever

I’ll spin a web for you
The strongest me you never knew
And when the ocean calls you back
Goodbye would seem too soon

And when you left I felt so stranded on this planet
I drove a hundred miles to find the clues obtuse and slanted
I’ve been abandoned
Alone but I’m not lonely
I’m the master of my present
So I handle what it throws me

I’ll spin a web for you
The strongest me you never knew
And when the ocean calls you back
Goodbye would seem too soon

You’re not missing much
But who you taught to take the punch
And I don’t feel bad, I hold no guilt
I’ve got this to do
When summer sets, I’m going too
And the flowers wilt
I’ll save myself

Sometimes I dream and think about a brand new person
One who wouldn’t waver past the closing of the curtain
So was it worth it to leave this at the table
I know I missed the race, I was the one who cut the cable, because

You’re not missing much
But who you taught to take the punch
And I don’t feel bad, I hold no guilt
Cos I’ve got things to do
When summer sets, I’m going too
The flowers wilt
I’ll save myself

I’ll spin a web for you
And all the words you weave come true
So when the ocean takes you back
You couldn’t sink too soon