You drive the car I hold the wheel
You turn me on, turn on my radio
You drive too fast the taste of blood
Will come at last bittersweet
You hit the break and the car explodes
I can hear you howling down my stereo
You’re talking on the intercom while I spill some
I don’t know if I can bleed much longer here without you
Every manor has its moat along the desert road
Through the fields I look for you
All your bleeding sure has left his mark
Headlight like UFO’s, hologram Marilyn Monroe’s
Kindly make your image fade local channel’s broadcasting
A document on you & me, in honour of the R.I.P.
I don’t know if I can bleed much longer here without you
Every manor has its moat along the desert road
I don’t know if I can stay behind these walls of love
Every manor has its moat along the desert road



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