There ought to be a law - there ought to be a railroad - to take me away, to
take me away.
There ought to be a law - an ocean of escape - to take me away, to take me
away.
There ought to be a law - there ought to be a railroad - that takes you away,
that takes you away.
There ought to be a law - an order of restraint - that takes you away, that
takes you away.
I heard those symphonies come quick, now that you are sick of breathing new
life into the form.
Hey Streethawk, you’ve been spotted hanging out outside the storm.
Why don’t you fly?


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    General Commentjust a funny thing i noticed - the second line could really be taken as either, "...an ocean of escape..." OR "...a notion of escape...". both lines would sound exactly the same when spoken, and both would make some sort of sense. i don't know if he meant for that duality, but i think it's pretty cool.
    rabashinkoon September 08, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSo clever :D
    keziamydarlingon July 18, 2008   Link

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