Ken Ashcorp - Wear

Bandcamp: https://kenashcorp.bandcamp.com/track/wear
iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/wear-single/id1006925941
Slow, relaxing and melancholic. A song for a tired soul, wrought with wear and tear.
Art by: http://manga.clone-army.org

Lyrics
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They will tear her down
Piece by piece, seam by seam
They will murder everything
And all she has left is her angelic dream

Lost to the rags
Stitch after stitch, she never gives up
Blood on her shirt again
But she does it all for love

Petty like a petticoat
A whore for the words she wrote
That they never heard her speak
In a dress bespoke

(Ooooo)
Sail away for that seifuku
And darling do feel comfortable just being you
Wear a smile, wear a frown
Wear it up when it wears you down, darling
Wear whatever you like

They will tear her down
Prick after prick, yeah they're all the same
She's scars to tell the story of her words
That she hides 'cause she's ashamed

Lost to the rags
Tears in her eyes and mud on her shoes
She wants to scream that she loves her
But they just make her sing the blues

It wasn't 'bout the jeans she wore
'cause she's got the price tag in that store
It's not enough, it's not enough
It should be more

(Ooooo)
Sail away for that seifuku
And darling do feel comfortable just being you
Wear a smile, wear a frown
Wear it up when it wears you down, darling
Wear whatever you like

She's stronger than the Martins
Lacing up her boots
They feel heavy as the burden that she bears
Who cares what she wears
Try as you might
It's you she doesn't like

Sail away for that seifuku
And darling do feel comfortable just being you
Wear a smile, wear a crown
I'll be there if you're feeling down
Darling, wear whatever you like

(Ooooo)
Sail away for that seifuku
Wear a smile, wear a frown
Wear it up if it wears you down, darling
Wear whatever you like

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