"The Petrol Wife" as written by and Johnny Klimek Reinhold Heil....
I've got a story too
It started with I love you
When I walked slow and true
And my hips swung
To the rhythm of you

But I can't turn back
To before you said that
It happened in the kitchen
It happened in the bathroom
It happened in the car

I guess it's just my bad luck charm
Come, little bird, fly away

At the first drum roll we undress
At the second drum roll we get into bed
To ensure order and silence
Silence always makes me scream

My room was pink
When I was a child
There were pretty things to look at
And the shadows were so soothing
And the shadows did cry and crawl and blame

Left foot found my heart
And the right broke it apart
Left right, left right, left right...

At the first drum roll we undress
At the second drum roll we get into bed
To ensure order and silence
Silence always makes me scream

As the damned scream, saying nothing
Forgive me lord
Soldiers always return to the earth
Come, little bird, fly away


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