"The Bricks of Our Home" as written by Derek James Fudesco, Peter Quirk and Marty Lund....
You're on the corner, you're in the streetlight, your door is open
and you're drinking too much wine.
You're on the mountain, screaming at the ceiling, your days
are numbered, no no you're alone

You're on the corner, you're on the beachbreak, screaming at the
skyscrapes and wasting all my time.
You're on the mountain, screaming at the devil, your door is open

No no you're not alone

Read my mind
I can't make it even if we try
Words are wrong like the phrase I say
Meet me here at the end of the day.

You're on the beachbreak, and in the skylight, your bags are broken
No no you're alone
Oh no no you're alone.


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    General CommentI'n not really sure what it is supposed to mean, but such an easy song to listen to.
    Ifoundhoffaon March 07, 2011   Link

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