"Airstream Driver" as written by Benjamin Joseph Ottewell, Ian Thomas Ball, Paul Blackburn, Oliver James Peacock, Thomas William Gray, Temistoclas Hugo Rutili and Tim Hurley....
Air stream driver

Another polish funeral day
And we burned all the money up
Pepper spray and swollen lips
Press your face a window ham
And I pray we never do arrive
The penthouse at the sands

Air stream driver

Golf tees and safety pins
She shoots and never misses
Stare down passing traffic
While they fit you for a jacket

And I pray we never do arrive
All the angels on a wire
Dizzy from the heights
Mothers milk and dirty feathers

Howard hughes hair and nails
Serenity prayer kleenex shoes
Carefully, carefully with care

Air stream driver

Another polish funeral spent
I would return the favor
When we oversleep the rapture
Because your watermelon candy mouth
And I pray we never do arrive
The penthouse at the sands

Air stream driver


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"Airstream Driver" as written by Tim Hurley Temistoclas Hugo Rutili

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