we went to the party spelled p-i-t-y
and everybody had a belly
sick with red wine
it's a long walk home
when it's cold outside
yr too sick, it's too late
yr losing yr insides

i lost my insides a year ago
and every now and then
i lose a little more
just keep on stuffing
my shirt with straw
and pretty soon you'll throw me
on the bonfire

it's a late night drive to
the nursing home
and pills fill the holes
in yr bones
but there's just so many
they just run straight through
and you can't stop everything
just gushing out of you

i'm sick to death
of sickness and death
no more Christmases by hospital beds
no more holding thin hands
or kissing hot foreheads

the organs are exposed
in a game of operation
and the buzzer always goes
when you put the tweezers in
when you put the tweezers in
i've just put my tweezers in

we went to the party spelt p-i-t-y
with all the pale kids
who've got tired red eyes
all they seem to say is
'please god no more'
just leave it
i'm done
had enough for this year


Lyrics submitted by matthewpaulkeynes, edited by Vafur

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    General Commenti cannot believe nobody has commented this yet.
    this is one of my favourite songs, yet i dont really understand it lol
    dietcocaineon August 02, 2007   Link
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    General Commentgreat great song, I thought it was about sickness and fear and how sick inside i makes you feel. but now that I read the lyrics in full, I think it might be about alcohol/drug abuse. not sure though.
    salvoon January 02, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think I'll go with sickness and fear...
    salvoon January 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentDrinking and recreational drug use perhaps?
    storyxofxaxgirlon February 10, 2008   Link
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    General CommentGood song.
    mixologieson September 13, 2008   Link

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