"Bye Pod" as written by and Oliver Howard Knights Stephan Gale Paridjanian....
Won’t you come and meet me
I’ll take you out for breakfast
And we’ll be happy to be clinging on together ever more
Ain't that what they always said this life was for

It’s the morning after
And I won’t see you later
Watch the moon go down
And sun come up today
I might look tired
But I have never been so awake

And we used to laugh about growing old
Yeah we used to laugh but it’s too late now

Down the stairs and hallway
And to the Ivory Coast
The mantelpiece is full of places I will never go
But then through all the highs and lows
You never know

So won’t you come and see me
And I won’t make you grieve me
We’ll write a letter to the government asking why
We poured our lives
Into nine to fives
And now we’re dry

And we used to laugh about growing old
Yeah we used laugh but it’s too late now

These are just laughter tears
They are not real
iPods and plasma screens
Read like they feel

We used to laugh about growing old
Yeah we used to laugh but it’s too late now


Lyrics submitted by croatian_visitor, edited by niteflite01

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