They're selling something.
This is a market.
They've got their token.
She's on unemployment.
Don't cross the line between where we stand.
Stay in your place, I'll stay in mine.
You're a baby and I'm a man.

I changed the fixtures.
I broke the bottles.
My sweat is dripping onto the carpet.
Living it up, living a lie, I'm living it up again.
Living it up, living a lie, I'm living it up again.

She's on the stage now, with her guitar in her hand.
She's all the rage now.
She's breaking all her strings.
"Look at us! Look at us! Look at us! We're really changing things here."
I'll stand in the front while you stand in the back.
And I give this three months, I predict.

Your two months are over.
Look at your pretty fingers.
Look at your pretty hands, yeah.
You're bleeding all over my carpet.
Don't you know? Don't you know? Don't you know?
You can't change the way things go.
Don't you know? Don't you know? Don't you know?
This is a rock n' roll show.

You look just like a collector's doll.
The bib around your neck - it doesn't speak to me at all.

"Ok, Ok, Ok," I said.
"Can this please end? Can this please end?"
"Ok, Ok, Ok," I said.
"Can this please end? Can this please end?"
"Ok, Ok, Ok," I said.
"Can this please end? Can this please end?"
"Ok, Ok, fake out," I said.
"Can this please end?"


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