You're in your own little world
An expensive birdcage
Like a plastic baby in a Fabergé egg

I saw you today at the Café Blasé
And thought of the nights
When we had fire-fights

Nameless seaside ghost town
That's where I go when I see the moon
Living in an abandoned firehouse with you

You're in your own little head
In a field of sunflowers
And there's blood in your mouth
And there's rats all over town

Take me out to the beach
And I'll tell you my secret name
Take me under the sea
And we'll derail the trains

Let's run away into the caves
I still love you
I still love you, baby

You're in your own little box
With ribbons in your hair
And there's dust in your mouth
And worms in the air

Hideous city of unknown words
That's where I live when I go to sleep
In an abandoned firehouse with you

Take me out to the beach
And I'll tell you my secret name
Take me under the sea
And we'll derail the trains

Let's run away into the caves
I still love you
I still love you, baby


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