If you go down on your life, I'll be there
If you can't climb from your crime
Follow the detour arrows and green lights and
Don't lose your patience, nor time

If you come Saturday, or just for once
On another day now
If you come over here
To call

We are too old enough not to reach you
You are too old enough, the butler stands for us all

Come off with your wild aspirations, dear
Loquacious at gossip church
Step up to your dreams from your night-lights
(???) and bright lights

Surround her and longer
And safer and stronger
It pays to know who you are
Cos that's who you are

If you can't wait for your pride, stripped there
Give your old coat a new shine
Come to the pristine mirrored cotillion
Be number one million and one

If you come mothers' day, or fathers' day
Or just today now
They'll sit in their waiting rooms
To stand

There will be nothing useless around you
There will be all you want, everything is at your command

He's off on your querulous side-kicks
Stop looking behind them
So comical, it involves you
Turn over, everything's

Around her and longer
And safer and stronger
It pays to know who you are
Cos that's who you are

Chasing twilight for plunder
Facing the (???) back and forth
Cos he does, he stands for us
And he waits for us everyday


Lyrics submitted by ScottishFiction

The Butler Stands For All Of Us song meanings
Add your thoughts

No Comments

sort form View by:
  • No Comments

Add your thoughts

Log in now to tell us what you think this song means.

Don’t have an account? Create an account with SongMeanings to post comments, submit lyrics, and more. It’s super easy, we promise!

Back to top
explain