Andrew Bird Lyrics
1. Two Way Action
Performed as Bowl Of Fire
I've been driving all night Bathing in flourescent light Of a western Tennessee gas station With a pack of two-way action I'm subsisting on a fraction And I close my eyes and pretend I'm on vacation But the light bleeds through And it's all green-blue There goes my imagination My return fills me with dread Will my house plants be all dead My significant be with another I say ok where was I But I can't repress a sigh And I think I'm gonna Yeah I think I'm gonna call my mother Let the subject wander To issues of blonde hair Or something or other Like a bad haircut Or a glass of cold water Some of the things You wouldn't ordinarily thought a Will all be lost if you let it in Maybe I'll never ever feel it again I've been driving all night Bathing in fluorescent light Of a western Tennessee gas station With a pack of two-way action I'm subsisting on a fraction Of what used to be a sugar-free Half-melted bag of Tastations That hard candy sensation It's sweeping the nation And it Puts my mind in traction I'm subsisting on a fraction And I close my eyes and pretend I'm on vacation But while it melts in my mouth I'm still driving south In a TV Nation Like a bad haircut Or a glass of cold water Shouldn't I say what I really shouldn't oughta You spend half a day in Some of these places Like a flash of white light That's in front of our faces A state of peristalsis or a parastatic stasis And we're off to the races
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