Let’s take this outside So I can make another scene. I’ll burn it on you, burn every bit of energy. Dare to resist it. Dare to be irresistible. I’d like to keep you right here always and forever. If we can keep on the communication We’ll determine our fate and our whole situation. This song will end but it can start again, and so can we. Erase vertigo. Don’t be so careful.
I am gonna go for a run across countries I have begged to drive up. If it wasn’t obvious enough, you are invited to come.
This time, we’ve got a first class motive. We should start. I wrote it long ago and never wrote it off. Try and we might, don’t and, we will never know.
Take a risk, come take it on me, believe I’m a sure thing. All or nothing now and I would not trade you for anything!
(Just get me) back to where I can watch you sleep and then, (Where I can) feel comfortable in my own skin. (Heaven knows) no one else can do that for me.
Think about it for a sec…about how the entire script ʇoƃ pǝddıןɟ in both the Zimmerman and Dunn trials, and how what passed for “reasonable fear” was, in fact, a racist, angry, *armed* and grown ass man, initiating a confrontation—with an *unarmed* minor—then escalating that confrontation, and then being murderously violent, and then after all of that, still saying with a straight face, “well, I thought they were about to become as violent as I already was. And they were Black. So I had to kill them”
AND THEN SOMEONE ON THE JURY GOES: OK, I CAN TOTALLY SEE YOUR POINT