"This Small Disaster" as written by and William Andrew Halliday Gareth Brian Jones....
thieves they stole my pen and my roll of stamps
I’ll take my bet on two and while snake eyes land
still dying I’m trying but each time feels like those minefields we mistook them for props
and susan I’m losing but those hills are over valleys over mountaintops
quiz me this small disaster needs but small relief
quiz me this small disaster needs such small relief
thieves they stole my phone so I won’t answer it
i’ll take my hands to you cause now you don’t stick
still dying I’m trying but even flowers will take hours with an air force jet
now susan I’m losing and there are fires in the hills of northern quebec
quiz me this small disaster needs but small relief
quiz me this small disaster needs such small relief


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    General Commenti am not sure what this song is about but I like it.

    I thought it was "I'll tape my hands to you 'cause now glue don't stick"....
    AA2004on February 07, 2008   Link

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