"Ghost Ship in a Storm" as written by and Jim O'rourke....
Nothing makes me want to disappear
As when someone opens their mouth

It's just my luck
I get hit by a car
While carrying a cake

Dripping cherries
Onto pavement
Bride and groom on my face

I'm not there like a ghost ship in a storm

It only figures
That I'd ride my bike
Into wet cement

And as I'm sinkin'
The last thing that I think
Is did I pay my rent

I ride through like a ghost ship in a storm


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"Ghost Ship in a Storm" as written by Jim O'rourke

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    General Commentgreat song..i downloaded it because i like "Good Times" and this song is just as good.
    TransparentSunChildon December 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commentbrilliant. dripping cherries...onto pavement...brilliant.
    i think this song captures so perfectly the downfall of mankind.
    luey_babyon September 12, 2007   Link
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    General Commenteveryone likes this piece of pavement cake
    Zazenpanon May 27, 2010   Link

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