"Lazy Susan" as written by and Miles Davis....
On a Lazy Susan
That is where I lie
She makes lazy Sundays
Seem alright through muddy eyes
The front door is open
I watch it gently bang
But this is far too friendly
Close the world off to what we have
Oh lazy Susan
Oh lazy Susan

Do you know, how I'd be,
if I'd never heard your name
Without love, without skin,
and no reason all the same
Your two lips, and your fire,
make the world go up in flames
Burn me down, burn me down, burn me down

Oh lazy Susan
Where have you been?
Those other Sundays
Weren't so lazy now it seems
I can't remember
I can't forget
I'm simply fading, like a silhouette
Oh lazy Susan
Oh lazy Susan

Do you know, how I'd be,
if I never heard your name
Without love, without skin,
and no reason all the same
Your two lips, and your fire,
make the world go up in flames
Burn me down, burn me down, burn me down
Burn me down, burn me down, burn me down

Do you know how I'd be,
if I never heard your name
Without love, without skin,
and no reason all the same
Your two lips, and your fire,
make the world go up in flames

Do you know, how I'd be,
if I never heard your name
Without love, without skin,
and no reason all the same
Your two lips, and your fire,
make the world go up in flames
Burn me down, burn me down, burn me down


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