she flies
right into the bedroom wall
she's blinded herself again
madame pompadour

in electric candlelight
and the stereo lullabies
make her sleep and dream of more
madade pompadour

and she tries and tries
though she can't seem to find
just what it is
she is looking for

she flies so high
then just like all the other times
she crashes to the floor

and she buys
oh yeah, she buys
but she can't afford the price
of all she's paying for

somewhere east of eden
and west of rome
she's trying to find
her superbowl

she spies and she spies
through every keyless hole
madame pompadour

and she can't begin
and she can't get out
and she can't convince herself
she's anything but bored

and her cheshire grin
can really lure you out
but she's wearing thin
madame pompadour

somewhere east of eden
and west of rome
she's trying to find
her superbowl
madame pompadour


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Madame Pompadour song meanings
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