I took my money to the cleaner
And for a price it came back greener
Now the time has come for renovations
In the neighborhood all the apparitions are leaving
And if not for good, then at least for now
I will be alone for as long as they will allow

The sadness and the dull routine
Is perfect for the opening scene
The lazy bastard with a spark
Who never left a mark

In this house and on my lawn
You can hide in your Golden Glow until the snow is gone
On Southill Drive I saw a ghost
She said,
"I liked you, but I liked your friends the most
And when your body fails, I'll hammer down the nails
And wait for you in heaven, unless somebody posts your bail"

The sadness and the dull routine
Was perfect for the music scene
The lazy bastard with a spark
Who never left a mark
I'm searching for the anecdote
To prove a point, to line the coat
To taint the love, to lace the drink
To weigh it down and sink


Lyrics submitted by geekusa

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