Lawnchairs are everywhere.
They’re everywhere,
my mind describes them to me – only to me.

Lawnchairs are everywhere.
They’re everywhere,
my mind describes them to me – only to me.

As you screen out the light that colors your skin
can you use protection?
Are you having some fun?
Some fun.

And are you sleep with someone special tonight?
Does she drink tall drinks,
just to make it feel right?
Feel right.

Because lawnchairs are everywhere.
They’re everywhere,
my mind describes them to me – only to me.

Lawnchairs are everywhere.
They’re everywhere,
my mind describes them to me – only to me.

And it’s a holiday in the middle of the week
as you leave from your job,
just like a holiday.

And it’s a holiday in the middle of the week
as you leave from your job
for only two weeks.

She’s a boy that we like and gonna go far.
She’s a boy that we like.
And he’s gonna go far.
Well, she’s go to and he’s got to and we got to.

She’s a boy that we like and gonna go far.
She’s a boy that we like.
And he’s gonna go far.

Because lawnchairs are everywhere.
They’re everywhere,
my mind describes .

Because lawnchairs are everywhere.
They’re everywhere
and my mind describes.

And my mind describes them.



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    General CommentThis is about suburban anomie (which is the essence of the New Wave) which you attempt to stave off by taking a two-week holiday in a popular destination only to find your mind completely shocked by oversweet cocktails, flirting locals of indeterminate sexuality and swathes of plastic lawn-chairs as far as the eye can see.
    cleanskieson December 10, 2010   Link

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