I lived under a tree
And when it rained, the water fell on me
My next of kin paid my debt for me
Gave all my love to the landlady
And Sister Francis, she,
With her smiling eyes, waited for me
Under here
Under here

There's a spacy basement waiting
Under here
Where it's dark in every corner
Under here
In the face of every hour
Under here
The rats will find an order
Under here
And brown as dirt, stole my money
Under here
Under here there is a power
Work harder, cascading fear
It's just the temper of the times here

In all my ways,
In all my days and ends
I will surely spend them all on you
Francis, she will kiss my howlin' cheek
And let my dying be
These smiling bones will sing
These smiling bones will sing under here

There's a spacy basement waiting
Under here
Where it's dark in every corner
Under here
And brown as dirt, stole my money
Under here
In the face of every hour
Work harder, cascading fear
Cos under here there is a power

I never said I'd like it


Lyrics submitted by drambuie

Spacy Basement song meanings
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