Down on the Cross (Remastered)
We think we're so important, in the little world we live in That it revolves around us, there's no doubt We think that life should make sense, and that heaven will protect us From fate and coincidence, until we hit the wall and the bottom just falls out Down on the cross, there is no right or wrong. Down on the cross, When every hope is gone. Down on the cross, in that lovely bawdy port town Where the living dead of Kings Cross, walk the street, down on the cross What makes a man lose faith, and leave the world behind him And what blows has life dealt him, what has he lost No church can offer solace and there's nothing left to cling to And he thinks he is forsaken, by his God, all alone, in despair, down on the cross Our lady of the street, her eyes look like she's past dead Behind that frozen mask I wonder, what goes on in her head And right there on the corner, St.Luke pours himself a stiff drink He's talking to the lamp post, Lord I wonder what he thinks Come and see the dancing girls, Cathedrals of the fallen world You'll find that if you look around, there's a street like this in every town
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