"Ring Twice" as written by Dean Deleo, Robert Emile Deleo, Eric Kretz and David Michael Coutts....
Everybody wants an invitation
Ring twice evidently no one's home
Sweaty maple like a meditation
Ring twice evidently no one's home

Mesh rhyme with reason is a notary stone
Best time of season is when nobody's home
Every time I get less I want more
Every time I get less than

Everybody wants a celebration
Ring twice evidently no one's home

Grain of salt is like a purification
Seaside everybody omits time to go
Ring high evidently starts the show

Meantime everybody commits try and try
Fly by setting it back works the go

Seaside everybody commits
Meantime everybody omits
Seaside everybody commits
Meantime everybody omits
Time to go.


Lyrics submitted by Charlie the man

"Ring Twice" as written by Dean Deleo David Michael Coutts

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    General CommentPossibly the best song off of their self-titled (and only) album. Reminds me a lot of Stone Temple Pilots. Something that would make either the Tiny Music or Shangri-La Dee Da CDs if Scott Weiland were the one singing it.

    If you can find this CD anywhere, and if you're a fan of Stone Temple Pilots post-Purple, definately get it.
    Charlie the manon August 21, 2006   Link

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