Hotel Room

Lyrics

We took the keys and let the visions bloom.
We made it ours, our little hotel room.
Heavy door and golden handles.
Picture frames and bright-eyed candles.

Why did it seem so distant?
When we could've had anything in an instant?
Slow roll, overgrown.
You hit the note and you know
I can't resist the eyes on you.

Tell me more,
tell me.
How'd you like
to sail the oceans blue?

Tell me more,
tell me.
How'd you like
to set the oceans' moon?

The phantoms reappear
on the other side,
as we adhere.
All of our platonic fears are gone.

Successors to our dreams,
doubts and minefields.
Undisturbed forever it seems.

Distorted perspective,
commencing reflective criticism
of your worn-out stance.

Hiding in the details, so cosy.
You warm up, and let them out.
All the words of wisdom, Pandora's box.
And what for, Epimetheus?

You decide your future,
it's in the palm of your hand.
So describe it clearly,
tell me.

Tell me more,
tell me.
How'd you like
to sail the oceans blue?

Just cave in, and save me
from all the grief's monsoon.

We are a part of this anthropogenesis.
Hear my voice now.
A single entity,
wrapped in a sea.