Oliver and Juniper, Husband and Wife
Soemthing peculiar exudes from their life
I met this strange couple, working for the pharmacist
They wer eregular customers, always with the longest list:

Oxies and Vickys, Duragesic, Ultracet
Norco and Palladonne, Ambien and Fioricet
Kadian and klonopin, Provigil and Percocet
Demoral and Dillaudid, Dexadrine and Darvocet

With his long list of drugs, had a long lost of maladies
Still something subconscious, sensed a lingering fallacy
Juniper, the wife, who looked so sisterly in the face
Mothered her brother, I mean lover, all over the place

Always an occurance, something's afoot
Oliver's bill of health seemed somehow put
Upon by the obsessive nature of Juniper
Caregiver and lover - but how they looked so similar!

Oliver and Juniper
An incestous union
A Glass Menagerie
Twisted and groovin'
On thousands of pills to kill the dark guilt
Oer the lies their life built
Dulled by Morphine and Oxy
A classic case of Manchausen Syndrome by Proxy


Lyrics submitted by davidbeauy, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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