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« My friend, why do you wear
2 hats upon your feet? » I said
He turned the other way about
And hopped on his head.

(Poem by NATALIE JOAN
What is happening?

So shoot your little cannons and let the boombox pound
Raise up our glasses and
Throw it on the ground!
Alcohol is poison, man
getting'
Plus I know he had dat Wall St. gat
Da other day I see him leavin' Natalie's flat

He used to work dat south girl
Da mouthy one
What's his
Malone

I know a man, his name is Lang,
And he has a neon sign
And Mister Lang is very old,
So they call it Old Lang's Sign

Oh what have you done,
and peace of mind

When my soul's in misery, no other friend can comfort me
You'll heal my wound and stop my war as no other love I'll know
Woah, but grant me
through each other's eyes
And I can hear him
In every footstep's passing sigh
He goes crazy these nights
Watching heartbeats go by...
And they wisper -
on 'til Santa grants my wishes.
Got my halo on I know what I want
It's who I'm with.
It's an extraordinary merry Christmas!

It doesn't come as a surprise
Seized by the opposition
Guns aimed to the head
Lead away in shackles
Unknown to what's ahead
Surrounded by the others
Who were caught before
bleeds together
Goddess grant us trips to heaven

I met a man long ago
Thirteen by this winter's snow
Who loved me like no man, ever did
He wanted
Soiled by the world of man
I am the destruction
I am fear
I am sin
I am the destruction

This memory ignites
The past sees me
Visions of me grow
from those actually sung by David on the tracks)
Verse:
Sweet sugar pumping through my veins
Everywhere is on a wire
Sweet sugar you say it's just a game
Just the other night at a hometown football game
My wife and I ran into my old high school flame
And as I introduced them the past came back to me
and we hope to die that the other was to blame
Either one will give in so we gaze at our eight by ten
Thinkin' bout things that might have been oh it's
people play

Look around tell me
What you see
Whats happening to you and me
God grant me the serenity
To remember who I am
Cause your giving up your
the other was to blame
Neither one will ever give in
So we gaze at an eight-by-ten
Thinkin' 'bout the things that might have been
It's a dirty rotten
Cross their heart and they hope to die 
That the other was to blame 
Neither one will ever give in 
So they gaze at an eight by ten 
Thinkin' 'bout
Just the other night a hometown football game
My wife and I ran into my old high school flame
And as I introduced them the past came back to me
And I
Oh the games people play now
Every night and every day now
Never meaning what they say now
Never saying what they mean
So they while away
the other was to blame

Neither one would ever give in
So they gaze at an eight by ten
Thinkin' 'bout the way it might have been
And it's a dirty rotten
the other was to blame

Neither one would ever give in
So they gaze at an eight by ten
Thinkin' 'bout the way it might have been
And it's a dirty rotten
treat me like a dog
If you make me feel what others feel
You can sprain me, you can blame me
If you make me lose control
I will be your prisoner
I will be
Just the other night a hometown football game
My wife and I ran into my old high school flame
And as I introduced them the past came back to me
Cross their hearts and they hope to die
That the other was to blame
Neither one would ever give in

So they gaze at an eight by ten
Thinkin' bout
him and he's knighted by casanova's kin and his ladies would never turn on him 'cause he's the cary grant of the party kings and the playboy of your
Falling by numbers before my very eyes
The Kin of the Dragons I've slain by birthright
And seer grant me courage for I know not the peril
That lie