One wishbone to pick with you you're acting for stage and this is a film distance and reference is everything this perspective isn't fixed this gaze can't be broken talk simple utter languages you're mostly just always almosting don't care what you say just mean what you're saying now in this scene make believe a siren yellow taxi ambulance lures a loose buck'd drunk from the rocks and sighs i can't drive tonight every photograph hides a mirror in it's flash and i would only wanna make a film if it was in french and i don't speak french


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    General Commentthe title to this song is a play on the title of the movie "who's afraid of virginia woolf" elizabeth taylor plays 'virginia woolf' In the movie.
    impossibledreameron August 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti tried to figure this out but i get so distracted by the bass and how nice it is with the drums when they come in together
    claudioon August 26, 2006   Link
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    General CommentReally great song...Especially the album version, and it really shows Tim's aspiration to direct...which he did with Orchard Vale.
    strangersagainon February 02, 2009   Link

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