Mary Joe, don't you know you've got to learn to be alone.
And though the pavement's beckoning, come away from that window.
And as the water touches chin, let a little sunlight in.
As the waves are crashing in, find a light to guide you in.


And bring your Armies Against Me my love
infiltrate me with you spies
implicate me in your lies.
The world's not out to get you my love
I know it feels that way sometimes
you don't need that army by your side.
Fill your head with guns and bombs
don't take too long...take too long

Mary Joe, don't you know I read the note on your pillow.
Was it signed in lipstick or signed in blood?
I guess now I'll never know
Correct me now if I'm wrong, it seems bleeding hearts don't last that long.
And our last words still echo on, honey now that you're gone.

And bring your Armies Against Me my love
infiltrate me with you spies
implicate me in your lies.
The world's not out to get you my love
I know it feels that way sometimes
you don't need that army by your side.
Fill your head with guns and bombs
don't take too long...take too long

Just one last thing before I go
I never meant to hurt you so
Don't read it wrong, don't turn away
Keep falling down on yesterday

Just one last thing before I go
I never meant to hurt you so
I said it once
I'll say it once again

And bring your Armies Against Me my love
infiltrate me with you spies
implicate me in your lies.
The world's not out to get you my love
I know it feels that way sometimes
you don't need that army by your side.
Fill your head with guns and bombs
don't take too long...take too long


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    General Commentbah, i don´t see why no one has commented on these songs.. they are all so well written and have such deep lyrics.. another awesome song by epicure.. awesome in concert.
    -Amz-on January 14, 2006   Link

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