You're like the vampire when you bite
But just like all angels, you fly away

Forget your lust burial, forget them all
This mass grave has collected the last of its souls
So you thought that you were in the clear
And you thought that you could come back here
And continue with a smile from ear to ear

You're not clever enough, you're not clever enough
(You're like the vampire when you bite)
To change my mind
(Just like all angels)
Unless heaven above, unless heaven above
(You fly away)
Falls from the sky
(No one truly forgives and forgets)
Try to fly without prosthetic wings

No one, no one
No one, no one
No one, no one

We'll take it back to the start
Before you lost your heart
When you felt the same as I do
When you could put the past behind you
But now it's too late
There won't be another day
For you to turn my life around
Try to fly; you'll hit the ground

You're like the vampire when you bite
(I can see it now)
But just like all angels, you fly away
No one truly forgives and forgets

You're not clever enough, you're not clever enough
To change my mind
(Just like all angels)
Unless heaven above, unless heaven above
(You fly away)
Falls from the sky
(No one truly forgives and forgets)
Try to fly without prosthetic wings

Send a postcard from helL.A.
And you're right where you belong
At least you don't have to feel guilty
When you're singing your love songs

Send a postcard from helL.A.
Right where you belong
At least you don't have to feel guilty
When you're singing your love songs

You're like the vampire when you bite
(Your love songs)
But just like all angels, you fly away

You're not clever enough, you're not clever enough
To change my mind
(Just like all angels)
Unless heaven above, unless heaven above
(You fly away)
Falls from the sky
(No one truly forgives and forgets)
Try to fly without prosthetics


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Postcard From Los Angeles song meanings
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