"Thanksgiving Waves" as written by and Eef Barzelay....
If this war's ever over if it ever runs out
Maybe we can think about traveling
To those far away cities of drug stores and tans
On smooth, hairless Japanese bodies
On smooth, hairless Japanese bodies

If this engine turns over, we'll tear through the park
On donuts and milk of Magnesia
And I'll read you a poem of blue skies and eyes
In your sockets that bring them together
In your sockets that bring them together

And are your thighs ever tender
As they swell in my hands
And are warmed by the spit of my kisses
But I will just graze you like the sun does on grass
Pick at your flesh like an eagle
Pick at your flesh like an eagle

If this war's ever over, they'll separate us
Leaving video tapes to remember
And I'll go back to Texas and try not to think
Of Thanksgiving waves that can cripple
Of Thanksgiving waves that can cripple

Of Thanksgiving waves that can cripple
Of Thanksgiving waves that can cripple


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"Thanksgiving Waves" as written by Eef Barzelay

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