"Misadventures in Radiology" as written by and Andrew Morgan....
Mawkish mother relegates her babe;
Sent to bed because he can't behave.
Locked away with a hemlock thought,
x-ray shame and your brain in knots.

Flailing father castigates his son;
Made to pay for what can't be undone.
Laying in wake with a silent god,
xy-shame and my wires crossed.


Something must be really wrong
for you to be this way.
It's so sad to know you're gone;
To know you're in such pain.
And I miss the way you used to be...
I miss you...so much.

Brooding babies in recessive genes
(Jesus Christ) sickness stitched in between the seams;
Strolling lonely down the avenues,
junk-cut ways with pain the excuse.

Something must be really wrong
for you to be this way.
It's so sad to know you're gone;
To know you're in such pain.
And I miss the way you used to be...
I miss you...so much.

Sometimes spacemen dream in black and white;
shutdown spectrum shows they're not quite right.
I hope that you dream in color tonight.


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    General Commentwoohoo, andrew morgan lyrics. i've been waiting for these for a long time. and i can't wait for his new album coming out this year
    thewinepressson March 24, 2008   Link

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