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“The Underestimation of Denial”
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The Nick Tree Band
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Album:   A Story Born in Wonderland
Released:  
December 6, 2011
Genre(s):  
Alternative
Length:  
3:23
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"The Underestimation of Denial" is a song by The Nick Tree Band. It was used for Lucas' solo in Pushed to the Edge of the Dance Floor.


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Lyrics

It's been snowing, again
That familiar sting
When our lips fray like strings
Least the city looks clean

But this quilt nature made
Dissipates to display
All the sins that we prayed
Would never see the surface

Once something dies
You cannot bring it back with lust, back to life
So I keep our loved locked in these words, bound by lies,
Mistrust, and the underestimation of denial

The frozen sun lays so low
It's just a cigarette glow
Slowly burns, the sky's pink
It's too iced, glazed to sink

But I do, anyway
In some drunk masquerade
All my friends whisper shh
Leave him, he'll be okay

Once something dies
You cannot bring it back with lust, back to life
So I keep our loved locked in these words, bound by lies,
Mistrust, and the underestimation of denial

Once something dies
You cannot bring it back with lust, back to life
So I keep our loved locked in these words, bound by lies,
Mistrust, and the underestimation of denial

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Lucas Triana - Underestimation Of Denial03:22

Lucas Triana - Underestimation Of Denial

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