Madison Cunningham – Hospital Lyrics

[Madison Cunningham – Hospital Lyrics]

Well, you’ll never see me dying
On screen or microscope
I’ll be the first to laugh it off
To not be the brunt of your joke

Let me make a mistake
It’ll pay for its own cost
‘Cause regret is like an infant
That won’t let you sleep it off

Checking in to a hospital
Where the nurse is earth and sky
Fighting against my flesh and blood
There’s nothing I won’t try
Even heartache looks so easy
To a pair of grieving eyes
I am always one man down
I am always one man down
And dressed up

I am an antenna
A feeding tube and a hard drive
Entertaining myself to death
To maintain some sort of life

Staring up at a concrete roof thinking
It could fall any minute
The fault line can’t be reasoned with
No matter what the house has in it

Checking in to a hospital
Where the nurse is church and state
The cure has got that oxygen
We’re all looking to taste
With the face lines of a moth’s wings
I want more time to waste
I am always one man down
I am always one man down
And dressed up

If my mind’s an orphanage
You’re not in the market to mind
Living like this is
Just no way to die

Put it in terms I can understand
This wound is all I’ve got
But I can’t disconnect my hand
From the damage that it’s brought

Well, the straight face on this cruel place
It just won’t crack or break
And I am always one man down
I am always one man down
And fed up

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