"Tiger Phone Card" as written by and Nimol Holtzman Senon Williams....
You live in Phnom Penh
You live in New York City
But I think about you so so so
So much I forget to eat

It's 4 am I check my email
I'm too geared up to fall asleep
So I write you back and count the days
Until we'll be together

The first thing that I do
Is throw my arms around you
And never let go
And never let go

I call you from my hotel room
I'm sitting on the hallway floor
I know that we are so so so
So tired my phone card just expired

You only call me when you're drunk
I can tell it by your voice
It's the only time that you
Open up to me and tell me that you love me

The first thing that I do
Is throw my arms around you
And never let go
And never let go

I'm thirty-thousand feet high
Flying through the dead of night
I took an Ambien and you came to visit me
In my dreams

You were bathed in blue light
Floating right in front of me
Your face was so so so
So bright I had to close my eyes to see

The first thing that I do
Is throw my arms around you
And never let go
And never let go

Never let go, oh
Never let go, oh
Never let go, oh, oh
Never let go, oh, oh
Never let go, oh, oh


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"Tiger Phone Card" as written by Ethan Holtzman David Ralicke

Lyrics © T.S.E.C.

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    General Comment"i took an ambiem and you came to visit me in my dreams."

    always makes me smile,

    this song is long distance relationship or a loved one going on a trip.

    good solo btw. :D
    nyukkaboomon February 18, 2011   Link
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    General CommentIt sounds like "I took an MBM" to me, which brings to mind MBMA - ecstasy. Damned shame, as I really like this song otherwise. Drugs are pathetic. Especially when God gave us whiskey haha. I like DF but I do like the original pre-genocide Cambodian recordings, such as are on the City of God soundtrack. Politics = trash talk. Peace.
    dan7747592on November 25, 2014   Link

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