"Lock and Key" as written by and Morgan Nagler....
Well I'm breating in smoke with a will to live
and I left you at the party like I wanted a kid
I wanna look back on the things that I did
Like it was good, it was right, it was Saturday night

I got the bankroll in, and it read win win
yeah if you never got nothing, no ends to begin
when the clock strikes noon, everyday in June
like it was good, it was right, it was Saturday night

It was a slow train
but it left you at the up and up
she had a fast name
yeah they take you for a ride and you're never the same
it's only lock and key
it's only make believe
to be free, let it be
dry your eye cause everything must die

well, we were made of steel so now were making change
and every time I hear a brass bell ring a ling
whether it's Jesus or the devil I'm answering
I'm saying yes and no, just like the yin and the yang
just like the equal opposite for everything
you gotta hold your pierced ear to hear the robin sing
whether it's Jesus or the devil I'm answering

It was a slow train
but it left you at the up and up
she had a fast name
yeah they take you for a ride and you're never the same
No close reigns
giving all your loving you gotta take a little pain
it's only lock and key
it's only make believe
to be free, let it lie
dry your eye cause everything must die


Lyrics submitted by Miki-Kiwa

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