"Tina's Town" as written by and Eberhard Lothar Faber....
Tina sees the people no one else can see
Tina invites her friends upstairs for tea
She sits and cries
Through misty eyes
Lays out her sugar and cream
Tina, she don't want to lose out on her dream
Tina used to walk alone down by the shore
Tina, now she don't walk there anymore
By rusty wrecks
And the smell of sex
Don't know what made her change her mind
Tina darling whatever did you find?

Let's go down to the river
Let's swim out to the sea
We might drown in the ocean
Or we might live to be free
And I don't know how the folks can say
That there ain't no fire in the kids today
And I don't know why you let the word go round
That there's nothing doing in Tina's town

Tina, inside on a sunny afternoon
Tina, her daddy's gonna be back soon
Layin' down the law
With an old chainsaw
He's all bent out of shape today
Tina tells her little friends to hide away
Tina tells her friends to come upstairs and play
Tina tells them to make her daddy go away

Laugh through the halls
Blood on the walls
Turning into ashes by and by
Tina tells her little friends to say good-bye
Let's go down to the river [Repeat]


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"Tina's Town" as written by Eberhard Lothar Faber

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