all these faces
all want something from me
they all have cars
they can drive me crazy
still convinced
it's the 1980's
all my friends
they're all in the TV Guide

it's winter, we put on the weight
the choir can't concentrate
it's so sad when they sing like snakes
hiss through holes in their trachea

our moms fill their prescriptions
our dads drink for a living
doesn't that make us like siblings
i left it on the table
for everyone to see
virginia may be for lovers
but your bedroom's the only place for me

i know why everyone is pouting
grins aren't in so you'd best be frowning
whispering when you feel like shouting
if you have a question, keep it down inside
but i told you no

our moms fill their prescriptions
our dads drink for a living
doesn't that make us like siblings
left it on the table
for everyone to see
virginia may be for lovers
but i'm in your room now
and i'm never gonna come back out
i'm never gonna come back out

our moms fill their prescriptions
our dads drink for a living
cursed with their afflictions
doesn't that make us like siblings
i left it on the table
for everyone to see
virginia may be for lovers
but your bedroom's the only place for me


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