Too many drunken nights, aimeless fights, dry fags, red lights.
Too many headaches, Bare Playmates, instant coffe, broken plates.
Too many wet dreams, awful screams, x-rated pills and laser beams.
Too many hardships for man to stand - two in my pockets, one in my hand.

Too many comeback bands, dead people, holding hands.
Too many hold-ups, styrofoam cups, walking straight forth ugly cops.
Too many empty days, freeways, her and curses on her praise.
Too many hardons for man to fake - how many fake ones can you take?

I would like to fulfill your dreams...

Too many excuses, burned-out fuses,
Playing a game where everyone loses.
Rise and yell is W.E.L.L.
How to get a cab out from hell?

I would like to fulfill your dreams...

Promises i couldn't keep, staying awake unable to sleep,
Blue movies, bad bad books, laxatives, lazy looks,
Mistakes, double-takes... How many more until man breaks?..

I would like to...
I would like to...
I would like to fulfill your dreams.


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    General CommentI think there are some dubious places, but overall it sounds pretty close to the song. Any objections? =)
    takopuson September 18, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYou have some of the lyrics wrong.

    Should be:
    "Too many drunken nights, aimeless fights, dry fags, red lights." He's talking about cigarettes.

    "Bare Playmates" should be "Bad playmates"

    Also, "It's raining pills and laser beams."
    lodgerrockson October 16, 2008   Link
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    General Commentlodgerrocks, thanks! But:

    What's the meaning of "dry fags" and "red lights" then? I just don't know it, this why i'm asking.

    As i see it, "bare playmates" is a reference to adult magazines. But yes, it could be "bad".

    I think i'll stand for "X-rated pills": i see no sence in raining pills and beams. =)
    takopuson November 02, 2008   Link

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