Just the other night
I was the Insurgent Milkman’s son,
Returning from the war
Two big fists full of furious flowers
You were sleepless as a widow, wishing like a bee in your hive
Pulled up softly,
I awake
To chocolate cake
And coffee

I was paid to fly
At first I was alone in airplanes
Then you and I grew wings
Observing from the sky Olympus Mons
We were accidental seabirds on the oceans of Mars
Pulled up softly,
I awake
To chocolate cake
And coffee

Until I find
You’ve been up
Poured a cup
Raised the blind
Upon a tray
The light reveals
The mighty meal
You made today
I’m so impressed
You’re still undressed
My goals are wholesome and lofty.
And softly I awake
To chocolate cake
And coffee


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Chocolate Cake and Coffee song meanings
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