"St. You" as written by Dallas Wehrle, Bryan Webb, Doug Macgregor and Steven Lambke....
Sweet girl in the diamond cut dress
She's the queen of the broken hearts
I'm going to milk that posison tongue
And go blind in the lovers' march
Who you calling on?
Who's callin' you?
I'm soaked in kerosene
This is no gentleman's blues
Emptied a pocket full of pennies
Wading in the well
Hoping that my hook scraped your tooth
In a city that was hung by that old devil moon
I scaled a steet called St. You
Baby bled on all my keys
She set my strings ablaze
Saying sweetheart you ask too many questions
It'never just a pretty face
Who you callin' on?
Who's callin' on you?
They might say love has a tigger finger
They might call me a fool
Keep on keeping your love captive in them hollow tombs
I'm still swingin' on the cross of St. You


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"St. You" as written by Dallas Wehrle Bryan Webb

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    General Commentthis song is amazing.
    the music sounds so simple but you can easily fall into the lyrics. to be honest with you i don't know what half of it means but i find with constantines song you are better to just listen to the song as a whole and not try to analyze every line.
    this song makes my heart hurt sometimes.
    wishoneverythingon June 09, 2006   Link

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