Late one evening
Out in the garden
Those dark clouds
They kept you guarded
You rubbed your feet
On the skylines carpet
Your uneven bones
Kept the spark ignited
Oh boy
Oh boy
Oh boy
Oh boy

They doped up your cotton skin
Perfumed your body in aluminum
You shone so bright
And you shone so pretty
Your aftermath was such a pity
Your aftermath was such a pity
Your aftermath was such a pity
Your aftermath was such a pity

Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again

The gas in your head
Kept on expanding
Your mooring lines
Kept you from landing
We watched your skin
Ash up quickly
Your dural bones
Helped them die swiftly
Your dural bones
Helped them die swiftly
Your dural bones
Helped them die swiftly
Your dural bones
Helped them die swiftly

Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin
Is going up again, up again
Your cotton skin is going up again
Your cotton skin is going up again



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Cotton Skin song meanings
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