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manifesto, be kind to queers
And I'm so glad the revolution's here
It's nice and warm now!

I've finished with clubs where the music's loud
'Cause I don't see
Found myself in a strange town
Though I've only been here for three weeks now
I've got blisters on my feet
Trying find a friend in Oxford Street
Found myself in a strange town
Though I've only been here for three weeks now
I've got blisters on my feet
Trying find a friend in oxford street
About to bubble up
And knock the lids off of the pots and pans

We are non stop juggernauts
Stomp ziggurats
Spit manifestos
By terabytes
Found myself in a strange town
Though I've only been here for three weeks now
I've got blisters on my feet
Trying find a friend in Oxford Street
walking sipping wine, feeling fine, killing time
Night life wild if you feel like fun, some reason didn't bring my gun
My tipsy, giggly and taking
manifesto, be kind to queers
And I'm so glad the revolution's here
It's nice and warm now!

I've finished with clubs where the music's loud
'Cause I don't see
Found myself in a strange town
Though I've only been here for three weeks now
I've got blisters on my feet
Trying find a friend in Oxford Street
About this time of evening, out by the bay
They turn the road lights on the bridge
A diesel rolls in silhouette, eastbound
Lovers glad the sun has
my manifesto, shit was all a part of the plan
The fashion that I choose to deal with this shit
Sometimes it's so hard to describe the passion that I
Streetlight feels like some narcotic (that's right)
I stumble alone
Lookin' for home
An' no door key in my pocket
So I double back
I retrace my tracks
Well I stood by the streetlight
And I whispered your name
To the circle of darkness again
In the mercury night
The snow fell like cocaine
But
Just take me back to the 610 like those times before
I want to get to the place that I call my home
It's where I met my baby girl and I know she's
I was born by an old streetlight
Where the men lean out of their windows at night
And I was a lead in the orphan choir
And I sang with all my
going
I'm on my way I'm taking my time

But I done know where
Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona

See you, me and Julio
Down by the schoolyard
kinda blessed so I wrote this manifesto for life
Co-signed by the others with a knife
On the real tip let's take a field trip from the ghetto
You pick
They walk the horses home at night right by my window
They pull their carriages along busy city streets
It's from another time it's like a lullaby
I'm going
I'm on my way I'm taking my time 
But I don't know where
Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona
See you, me and Julio 
Down by the school
my time
But I don't know where
Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona
See you, me and Julio
Down by the school yard
Me and Julio down by the school yard
taking my time
But I don't know where
Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona
See you, me and Julio
Down by the school yard
See you, me and Julio down by
Lost myself in an endless goodnight
Kept the time by the patterns of the streetlight
Couldn't get it right
I could never get it right
Sadly, this
to die
Streetlights filter through my blinds
Knowing life's a real short time
And now I shake the hands of all my old enemies
I ignore the threat of their
I'm going
I'm on my way I'm taking my time 
But I don't know where
Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona
See you, me and Julio 
Down by the school
I'm going
I'm on my way I'm taking my time 
But I don't know where
Goodbye to Rosie the queen of Corona
See you, me and Julio 
Down by the school
To a room of dancing shadows where all the heartache disappears
And from glowing tongues of candles I heard her whisper in my ear
"'J'entend ton coeur"
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