Has song, will travel
At dawn
She doesn't know where
Has song, will sing for you

Has car, no money
For gas
She doesn't need it
She got a hose and a funnel

Cause the park, looks so dark from 9 to 5
Silhouettes of trailers in the moonlight

Turns up the static
Gets in to AC/DC
Shadows play across her body

Dark spots
On her forearms
Left marks
On her insides
When she left
She tried hard not to wake him

Cause the park looks so dark from 95
Silhouettes of trailers in the moonlight

He woke, felt the bed sheets
Empty
A missing piece
He reached, for his gun
And his keys

Truck starts, headlights on
Morning mist
An hour after dawn
He knows
She'll get coffee at the Exxon

And the park, looks so dark from 95
Silhouettes of trailers in the sunrise

Has song, won't travel
At dawn
I'm going nowhere
Has song, will sing for you


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