i'm yr american virgin-mobile superhero
and my wings are just coffee stains
and when your head got knocked right off
all that fell out was your brains
cause the sea it rain far away from me
and it tore the shore from the states
and all the people drowned in all the seaside towns
and they fell into the sewer grates

where all the junkies were hidden
and they were sick and bedridden
but they were laying in their tents
cause they didn't have any beds to stay in
so they weren't really bedridden, but i was just sayin'
so you'd get an idea of what i meant

and she was hangin a little lower than the angels did
but they were meltin away so she ran and hid
in those cold iron shackles that she bought
far away from that place where she was taught
to be invisible, and also how to fly
and while we're on the subject, i was also wonderin' why
the sea wasn't afraid to show his face
he was tyin' his shoes so he lost the race
and all the kids laughed at him, said he was a disgrace
to the good name of hershey kisses

then i sign appeared, i read it, i did
and it told me "kid, you say kid
far too much, you use it as a crutch
to make your writing seem more sophisticated.
i laughed and said, if that's what i was tryin' to do
to appear more sophisticated, why the hell did i end this song
so awkwardly, rhyming sophisticated with sophisticated?"


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Richard Branson's Revolution song meanings
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