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1978
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I was out stumblin' in the rain
Staring at your lips so red
You said, "Blah, blah, blah"
Got a pillow stuck in my head
How could I argue in the mirror?
She looked at me
Yes I hear her

[Chorus]
When I see the glory
I ain't gotta worry (2x)

Said there's a halo on that truck
Won't you please get it for me
I said, "Of course my little swan
If ever and ever you adore me"
She got mad, she said, 
"You're too steep"
Puts on her boxing gloves
And went to sleep

[Chorus]


[Chorus]

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Written by: TOM VERLAINE

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