Sincerely Yours Jonathan Harker (Schoolyard Heroes)

It’s getting colder I often wonder How much longer I can keep this up But glory fades And so do I The virus eats Because you’re mine The tablet breaks Release my soul She’s wide awake Check the body before it gets cold With these scraps of flesh I’ll make a telegram I’ll send you roses and a wooden spike Let the minions eat there is no stopping them With these sharpened teeth, just one last kiss goodbye You’re shaking like a first time skin-flick Lip are blue and black, now they match your heart Hands are twisted, old and withered My soul goes to the highest bidder Glory fades So do I The virus eat Because you’re mine The tablet breaks It never stops I have no soul But money talks Money talks Money talks With these scraps of flesh I’ll make a telegram I’ll send you roses and a wooden spike Let the minions eat there is no stopping them With these sharpened teeth, just one last kiss goodbye Something’s happened We’ve got to warn them Quarantine and stop this while you can Tell my parents that I love them With these scraps of flesh I’ll make a telegram I’ll send you roses and a wooden spike Let the minions eat there is no stopping them With these sharpened teeth, just one last kiss goodbye