"Ondine" as written by and John S./flansburgh Linnell....
Ondine
You won
All she left behind was an unloaded gun
And my face

Is blushing
For all the things she's done
You couldn't miss that girl
'Cause here she comes

Ondine
Back up
Run over my body with your pickup truck
And finish

What you started
Because I'm done
I searched the whole room over
To find these words

She said
I had the strangest dream
I dreamed I killed you again
Don't make me kill you again

'Cause I couldn't bear to kill you again
Ondine
Was here
You couldn't even take away a souvenir

Of what's left
Of that swinger
She used to call me that
I searched the whole room over

To find these words
She said
I had the strangest dream
I dreamed I killed you again

Don't make me kill you again
'Cause I couldn't bear to kill you
I had the strangest dream
I dreamed I killed you again
Don't make me kill you again
'Cause I couldn't bear to kill you again


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"Ondine" as written by John Linnell John Flansburgh

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    General CommentThe meaning of this song is incredibly obvious.. It's about my ex-girlfriend.

    The only thing "They" got wrong was the pickup truck.. she ran over me with a 1970's model Chevrolet Monte Carlo.
    Smeghead42on June 28, 2005   Link

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