"Shineaway" as written by Richard Lofthouse Butler and Brian Wayne Transeau....
Mary wants to shoot the world
She doesn't want to be a girl
There's a shame

And I'm here somewhere in-between
The blue skies and the dirty sea
Sleeping in

Your mother's little house is gone
You're staring at the telephone
The moon is hanging like a stone
Just waiting 'till the morning comes

Just calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway

Taste of morning cigarettes and coffee
When you're laying in bed
Beathing in

And I'm here somewhere in-between
The blue skies and the dirty sea
Sleeping in

Your mother's little house is gone
You're staring at the telephone
The moon is hanging like a stone
Just waiting 'till the morning comes

Just calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway
Calm down, Mary, shineaway


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"Shineaway" as written by Richard Lofthouse Butler Brian Wayne Transeau

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