You know Norm de Palma?
A local grocery clerk
With an opinion
About this town

You've got to be a self-righteous
Man or a clown
With an ordeal
That you'll be a bigger man in a bigger town

There are few people in this town who believe
That these roads can take you somewhere
There are few ladies who believe in the clown and achieve
The same goal which is the ever present

The roads promise everything
But the elderly say
The only thing they do
Is steal away your fuel

There are few people in this town who believe
That these roads can take you somewhere
There are few ladies who believe in the clown and achieve
The same goal which is the ever present

Her infrastructure
Designed by the devil
Boy if you touch her
You'll be living on a level
Of safe and sexy solitude

The fears for tomorrow
Regrets of yesterday
Twin thieves that rob us, girl
From the joy of this moment

This is my moment
This is my joy
But the angels spread out their wings
Mother Earth is pregnant

There are few people in this town who believe
That these roads can take you somewhere
There are few people in this town who believe
That these roads can take you somewhere
Take you somewhere
Take you somewhere
Take you somewhere
Take you somewhere
Back to the ever present
Back to the ever present


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