"The Black Flag" as written by and Nicholas Krill....
I just heard a song on the radio
that made think of you and a God and a devil
in dis-cam-ill-you-"r"
I bet my bottom dollar where you go there'll be rain
and I wouldn't be surprised if you just laughed all the way
Oh that old song on the radio
crackling as I go past all these old buildings
casting all the same shadows
I bet you'll be on business but I'll look to the mail
and if I don't get get your letter then I'll know you're in jail

you've got me where you want me
and I guess that's where I ought to be
and I believe that now my minds at ease
lest i can feel about the ways and means

I just saw the fight on the news at ten
between a family and a daughter
don't prove you right, her mom proved you anchoring
I bet my bottom dollar I could be just as vain
And I wouldn't be surprised until they turned out the same

you've got me where you want me
and I guess that's where I ought to be
and I believe that now my minds at ease
lest i can feel about the ways and means

you've got me where you want me
and I guess that's where I ought to be
and i believe that my hearts at ease
and I can see they don't agree with me

Mile...stone...along...some

Lay me on the ground and push me
let me flounder, make believe
we start each other, surely breathe it surely might!

you've got me where you want me
and I guess that's where I ought to be
and I believe that now my minds at ease
lest i can feel all of the ways and means

you've got me where you want me
and I guess that's where I ought to be
and i believe that my hearts at ease
and I can see they don't agree with me


Lyrics submitted by Moonwink

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