The Airborne Toxic Event Lyrics
Missy got off the bus one day In a crowd of people, downtown LA She looked around as if to say, 'I'm home' But I'm home I find someone to love And some place to drink And some time when I can just sit and think And I don't mind if I catch the stink of these drones Lord, of these drones Just as long as I'm never alone She had eyes as big as porcelain plates And skin as thin as paper drapes And she loved the Lord the way an apostate loves songs And she'd sing to him before she went to sleep: "I pray to you, my soul to keep You're shepherd, then I'll be your sheep Until dawn, oh until dawn Well I'd follow you, even if it was wrong" I met her one night at the coffee shop Her face so bright, my heart just stopped Hello my dear, I fear I'm not what I seem Not what I seem I should've become a better man I should be more deserving than The beggar, thief and courtesan I've been Oh, that I've been But I swear, I lie, I curse all of my dreams But I swear there's still some good in me And I think if you stuck around you'd see All the honest attempts at integrity, I once had Maybe if you helped me, I'd get it right Why I stay awake almost every night, staring at the ceiling Wondering why I feel so bad, why I feel so bad Oh I swear, I swear, I swear I'll never get sad
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