"Streetlamp Soliloquy" as written by and Nicholas John/spritzler-rose Currie....
Everything you always wanted to know about strangers
Like when you see your friend lying on the street and say
"I thought you were somebody else"
And he replies "I am"

Six dayglo vodka jellies on you realise
The party's really two doors down
And you turn to the hound
And Toto turns around
And barks "This isn't Kansas any more"

It's when you stagger from your cab
And force your keys in someone else's door
It's 4am, someone who looks like you is hollering
"Let me in!" (let me in)
Six dayglo jellies on
Six dayglo vodka jellies on the brain

In your streetlamp soliloquy
You audition for the role of yourself
And pray you'll get the part
Don't call us

Everything you'll ever need to know about strangers
Everything you'll never need to know about
Everything you'll ever need to know about
Seeing your face on someone else's face

Seven dayglo jellies on and you deduce
You'd better ease up on the juice
Seven dayglo garden gnomes
Are jumping on your bones
And you were barely introduced

In your streetlamp soliloquy
You audition for the role of yourself
And pray you'll get the part
Don't call us

Everything you'll ever need to know about strangers
You'll never need to know about
Everything you'll ever need to know about
Hearing your voice in someone else's voice

Don't call us
Don't call us
Don't call us


Lyrics submitted by delial

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