Dawn on the windshields was damn near blinding
The morning papers found me finding
I love everyone
I pity everyone
At the after-hours party that came to no avail
Despite the sweet elixirs that never fail to fail
I love everyone
I pity everyone

It's a katzenjammer
But there isn't any cause
And there isn't any cure
Just a whole new set of laws
And a new chance
Maybe a last chance
To be a prodigal

I believe in
The dejected
The exalted
And the utterly expected
Or the things that take control of you
By creeping up and seizing you suddenly
Asking for more and
Settling for less
Expecting the worst and
Making the best
And the pillar in my soul
That keeps my loneliness
From crushing me

The walks of hope and the walks of shame
And the drowsy morning kisses with no number or no name
Tell me, I love everyone
I pity everyone
And the ghosts of the hookers drag the bones of all their dates
Emancipated through the Chinatown gates
I love everyone
I pity everyone

And the felons' mothers
Thrust their fingers through the seams
And tear their hearts apart, oh mothers
Go to sleep and dream now
Of sweet things
Because they all seem
So probable

I believe in
The irresolute
The desolate
And the dissolute
And proactive pursuit or waiting
Silently and motionless

Making a guess that
Proves incorrect and
Taking the best of
Whatever's left
And the pillar in our souls
That keeps our loneliness
From crushing us

I believe in
Saying yes and
Taking the best of
Whatever's left
And the pillar in my soul
That keeps my loneliness
From crushing me


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