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Albums:

Priests & Kanibals: Best of Shriekback (Shriekback) · The Best of Shriekback: The Infinite (Shriekback) · The Best of Shriekback, Vol. 2: Evolution (Shriekback) · Careful What You Wish For (Jonatha Brooke) · Careful What You Wish For (Texas) · Be Careful What You Wish For (Kristen Hall) · Careful What You Wish For (Texas) · Careful (Wu-Tang Clan) · Careful Confessions (Sara Bareilles) · Careful Man (John Edwards) – and 90 other albums »


I'm a broken biscuit
From the cookie jar
I'm a total misfit
In the puzzle that's so far
Careful not to crush me
In those hungry hands
Careful not
there, by the water?
You put your arm around me, for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter
You are the best thing, that's
there, by the water?
You put your arm around me, for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter
You are the best thing, that's
there, by the water?
You put your arm around me, for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter
You are the best thing, that's
there, by the water?
You put your arm around me, for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter
You are the best thing, that's
there, by the water?
You put your arm around me, for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter
You are the best thing, that's
there, by the water?
You put your arm around me, for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful daughter
You are the best thing, that's
remember, we were sitting there, by the water?
You put your arm around me for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man’s careful daughter
You are
Do you remember we were sitting there by the water?
You put your arm around me for the first time
You made a rebel of a careless man's careful
careful daughter
You are the best thing that's ever been mine.

Flash forward and we're taking on the world together,
And there's a drawer of my things
My hands are shaking and they won't stop, as the world becomes a hospital room
I am not the one to ever disappear, but it's over now (over now)
Say
Don't fear don't fall 
Just turn and face the wall 
I'm like a convict with my hands locked over my head 
I'm a dead man walking 

[Chorus]
I'm so
will run

I stared right at the flame until I went blind
No expense too small to better my life
Paid for in cash
Delivered by hand
Paid for in cash
In fear of my life
I went suddenly crazy
Surrounded by beasts
In a world of disease

I'm in fear I'm in anger
I'm in a desperate state
I will be
already
I've come so far already
So far
I've come so far

Careful In Career
Take care
I take care
I see the lodgers
They are walking
Hands over my
careful hand
With an absolute concept of beauty
They are smeared and these blurs

Come in random order
To color the eyes of your former lovers
Hers
Fear not what the future holds
Rest your weary soul
I'll do the rest
Careful as I gentle down
Like a sacred cow
Give you my best

Rest assured
So much space can fit in a sigh
More than words can say
I'm left here with my hands all awkward
Trying to mend space

I used to know you
But
(My love it is a black rose)
Held out to you by hand of fate (Held by the hand of fate now)
And as this dark romance grows
It's not from the sun, but
When I look so deep
In green-green eyes
Oh, babe, babe, don't you understand
I don't know what I'm doing
When she takes my hand
You say she's
It's not pretty underneath
 There among debris find casual in casualty
 It's not pretty underneath

 My eyes are on your hands I'm helpless when I'm
The downtown trains are full
Full of all them Brooklyn girls
They try so hard to break out of their little worlds

You wave your hand and they scatter like crows
smiled at me, my heart went boom
Then everybody in the room at Smokey Joe's Café 
They said "Man be careful, that chick belongs to Smokey Joe"

Then
A chef's hat on his head and a knife in his hand
He grabbed me by the collar and began to shout
You better eat up all your beans, boy and clear right
The downtown trains are full with all those Brooklyn girls
They try so hard to break out of their little worlds

You wave your hand and they scatter like