Down the street on one leg
A major with a mouth
Is standing on a corner near a train to somewhere South
He whistles when he speaks, it's the only time he does
A petty two-bit thief always in and out of love
His eyes are bloody red
It's part of his routine
Home for Sunday dinner with a widow from beneath
A silver serpent tongue
A face made for a mother's love
A murder in his pocket with no skin to cover up

(Ride, he rides)

(Two-bit thief)

(Train down South)

(Serpent tongue)


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    General CommentI know the lyrics aren't complete; I couldn't make out a lot of the heavier parts. I did the best I could with the rest, though. Enjoy.
    th1nk4y0urselfon October 02, 2008   Link

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