"Two Places at Once" as written by and Wilson-piper/kilbey....
Life in hive city
Somewhere in the east
Flowing down a crowded street
As though I am or I will be released
Can't stop yawning, clear blue morning
In mourning no more
Come and see the wild things
Just beyond the door
But there's an old man here who claims that he knew you
In another life
I'm not sure what he said
And could it be that he still thinks you're his wife
I've been waiting seems like eternity
I've been waiting, waiting for you
I'm still waiting, if you remember me
I'll be waiting, waiting for you
Drink and sing on a desert wind behind here
The ghosts have laid there fine little clay to rest
But who they they left and what they thought they stayed for
Is crumbled in their life's dusty caress
They were so blind
They were so blind
Hiding in a hotel room
Somewhere in the west
I heard they brought a priest in to sanctify the place
But it remained unblessed
Things move around
My guitar sometimes plays itself
They say it's static electricity but
Yesterday it took twenty dollars off the shelf
There's a young man here, says, May or June, another town
The children cry and ask where their mother is
Gonna have to let them down
I've been hurt... I've been around
I've been waiting seems like eternity
I've been waiting, waiting for you
I'm still waiting, if you remember me
I'll be waiting, waiting for you
Lifted shelves are fading in the valley
Where once the sea had strength enough to reach
And out of twisted metal I've discarded for Gaea's curse
no one here can quite translate the verses they wanted to preach
They were blind
They were so blind
They were so blind
They were so blind
I've been waiting seems like eternity
I've been waiting, waiting for you (so blind)
I'm still waiting, if you remember me
I'll be waiting, waiting for you


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