I remember the day,
The Titanic sunk in my bathtub,
They couldn't save it cause,
It had fallen down the drain,
And was floating aimlessly somewhere beneath New York City.

Don't you tell me that you need room to breathe,
If you needed room to breathe,
You'd take your foot out of your mouth,
And if I'm gonna fall, then I'll fall right on you...
Even if I'm not worth the air that you breathe.

I remember the day,
They bought Manhattan from the village people for some costume jewelry,
It was a good deal,
They couldn't save it cause,
In the end no one cared.

Don't you tell me that you need room to breathe,
If you needed room to breathe,
You'd take your foot out of your mouth,
And if I'm gonna fall, then I'll fall right on you...
Even if I'm not worth the air that you breathe.

I remember the day,
Floyd Patterson got pink eye by,
Dropping acid with the mad cap laughs,
All the king's men, they couldn't save him cause..
They were waiting for the movie.

Don't you tell me that you need room to breathe,
If you needed room to breathe,
You'd take your foot out of your mouth,
And if I'm gonna fall, then I'll fall right on you...
Even if I'm not worth the air that you breathe.
Even if some people are better off left alone.


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Luniks Furniture song meanings
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