"Blue Diamonds" as written by and John Roderick....
So you can sell yourself on blue diamonds
Call Vice, it takes a day to explain the crime
You laugh at what the LA Times says about us
But delight at my first try at being sly
Finished the third page
Time for a break
You make a gang sign framing your face
Time for the hard light
Time to get dressed
Good luck, God bless
It feels like this is happening in tree time
I stand up and toast the TV for getting it right
God willing and the creek don't rise
I've got two thousand dollars
And a bulls-eye between my eyes
These chickens are fish in a barrel
And the tall one is gonna be for sale

'Cause you're so good at waiting
(It's about time we took a ride)

I'll be seeing you

Lyrics submitted by sarahsavedlatin

"Blue Diamonds" as written by John Roderick

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    General CommentThis is my favorite Long Winters song.
    ApplesInMonoon August 19, 2005   Link
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    General Commentahhh i love this song so much! it is so catchy!!! i also love the lyrics! so absurd! it doesnt make any sense at all that i can tell....and i love it
    viciousquirrelon September 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMethinks it does actually make some sense. It would seem to be from the perspective of someone who is either planning or has just comitted a complicated heist of some sort. Anyway, damn catchy. I'm just sayin'.
    GMMon July 13, 2006   Link
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    General Commentahaha the best line is " these chickens are fish in a barrel and the tall ones is gonna be for sale"

    it makes a lot of sensee.
    cinnimonon July 19, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti could never in my entire life get sick of this song. it's exciting to listen to, the lyrics are cleverly imagined. and i imagine the writer is very creative.
    fastmotion123on January 09, 2008   Link

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