Lyrics:Lipstick on my collar bone sleepy kisses in the sheets leave your Calvins on the floor, be clumsy. Oh you look heavenly Sow your roots into my bones you leave me weak at the knees you steal the breath right out my lungs I can't speak Oh you look heavenly Our hearts beating fast from last night. In the morning light you're such a sight. You taste like candy and curiosity. Oh you look heavenly
Lyrics:December seventeenth, nineteen-hundred three, propellors turned to wings. The age of air and hand, besides the bicycle man, set unknown fates to spin. Let high the waits spun round, let the engine sound. And show her skill take crowd. Lieutenant Selfridge cried, over maker flight. The hand's been open wide, and helped his life and flight. Got fate to wreck and land, tangling constantly. In bloodied coffins send, wherefore fills arm in sling, he dreamt of curious things. Of terrible flying machines with wings under their wings.
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