Pay for country trails
A good distraction
Is what I got to.

I've got this corner window
I've got five days of winter this routine whitewall
It takes All This All This TIME, TIME and Color, TIME, TIME and Color.

Pay for always bills
to get protection against killing of days
and it's you and you and you and you and you,
you take all this all this time This time.

It's Alright..Stay In Tonight.

I've got this corner window
I've got five days of winter this routine whitewall
It takes all this all this time this time.
[music break]
You take all this all this time, this time, this time, this time,
TIME, TIME, and Color TIME, TIME and Color.


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    General CommentAccording to the Lusitania cd booklet the lyrics should be a little different. First its
    "Paper cuts leave trails" Then Later "It takes all this DRIVE and color Paper always fails to give protection..." but it is still "you take all this time" later on
    SoCoon June 29, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI just bought Lusitania, its good definetly worth the money, amazing how much they've evolved, what do you think of it?
    Napoleon Soloon July 01, 2003   Link
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    General Commenthmmm.......two whole fans...... which one of us two is gonna post the rest of the lyrics up.............maybe if i'm really hella bored
    SoCoon July 04, 2003   Link
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    General CommentI like the EP versoin a whole lot more. it packs more "umph"
    Yeah the lyrics here are effed up, i just have one comment about the music anyway.
    I loved this song, but i only like it. I played it for my friend and within seconds he mockingly sang that jock rock "here comes the boom!" song along with it. That kind of ruined the song for me now, heh.
    ShesMyAlcatrazon July 05, 2003   Link
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    General Comment"But what does it all mean?"
    chasingbankyon October 06, 2004   Link

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