Good-bye Dr. Strangelove he knew he had to go

And every pinch and kick just dragged me down

There’s no way to imagine that without a soul to turn to

I would find some shelter in this town



It won’t be the first time, it won’t be the last

No matter how many times you feel the blast

Come on, baby, take my hand

There’s a dark sun rising on this land



And when the first one falls we’ll be crawling up the walls

Down in the valley of our souls

The first one today is gonna take me all the way

‘Til the last one for the road



Like a small town debutante just off the bus in Hollywood

I have found humility, and I suppose it’s done me good

I’ll take it all on board if I must

But I hope you have to see me turn to dust



It won’t be the first time, it won’t be the last

No matter how many times the die is cast

Come on, baby, take my hand

There’s a dark sun rising on this land



Too late the planes all left on time

As my window slammed shut without a sound

And I’ve got by for so long just on fear and trust

I hope you see me scratching in the dust

It won’t be the first time, it won’t be the last

No matter how many times you feel the blast

Come on, baby, take my hand

There’s a dark sun rising on this land




Lyrics submitted by Thermidor

Dark Sun song meanings
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