things fall to pieces and I’m happy about it
happy about it
happy about it
hear the people screaming in their respective houses
respective houses
respective mouses

I don’t need to die in your field of green no
I don’t really care a lot
I don’t know exactly what you’ve seen but
I’m at peace in your parking lot

I don’t spend my summer times waiting for sunshine
I like the nighttime
I see my own line
there inside the blue and rising summer moonlight
a blinking blue light
in your room right

I don’t need to die ‘neath your castle wall or
tears you cry for Camelot
well I would be surprised if I cared at all cause
I’m at peace in your parking lot

set your moses on mountains high
ravens crying nevermore
point my feet at some grand ravine but
i’ve seen more in your dresser drawer

wouldn’t state my reasons just to have you hate me
so irate and
so exterior
if you should discover then lord please remember
I’m a member of
nothing in particular

I don’t need to die for your royal grace or
wars on economic thought
no I didn’t show just to run your race man
I’m at peace in your parking lot

father loses everything he’s worked his life for
so chalk another up
to experienced
thoughtless and breathless falls the grand appearance
keep aware of
who’s moving near us

I don’t need to die in his field of green no
I don’t really care a lot
would it be so wrong just to say that all I
want is peace in your parking lot
I’m at peace in your parking lot
I’m at peace in your parking lot


Lyrics submitted by Ghost Train

Parking Lot song meanings
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