i see something in your eyes that's begging him to take you, until then you let the pirates in to rape and then re-make you.
and that's the kind of fantasy that you've been entertaining; the glamour and the passion as the valley lights are fading.
but nobody sparkles quite like you as they're exiting, the muscle marys stop to sneer.
the light went out so i'm gonna set the whole damn room on fire, to let some light in now that mother's gone away.
because someone wants me, someone calls me honey.
someone wants me, someone gives me honey.
if you watch him closely you can see the very moment when the sparkle settles in and makes himself at home.
sometimes i drive past him walking home on sunday morning, looking kind of lost once the valley lights have gone to bed.
but nobody sparkles quite like you as they're exiting, the sugar daddies stand in line.
eyes on high beam, we can see the trouble you've been taking to let some light in now that mother has gone away.
no, i don't want your pity; i don't need it.
all these years of sparkling and the cold wind's still behind you.
wrap your ribs around your skin to keep your body warm.
you said, "all this time, i wanted for someone to ask me where i got this talisman that keeps the dead alive."
but nobody sparkles quite like you as they're exiting, took off my shirt to take a bow.
the night's so empty now the fireworks have all been lit, waiting for mother to take you back to the fair.
don't you want me?

Lyrics submitted by playedinstereo

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