This time each day
I do a waltz down the hall
My ceilings shakes like the (?) up above
Just remember when I cut you down for the second time
It happens to the better of the brightest minds
And remember when I cut you down for the third time
It happens to the better of the brightest minds

These quiet hours, I don't know how to talk
I'll play your game, it really don't suit me at all
Just remember when I cut you down
It happens to the better of the brightest minds
And remember when I cut you down for the third time
It happens to the better of the brightest minds

My, how she comes and goes
Here we are, disrobed
Full of (?), yes
You're admired but I don't know why
My, how she comes and goes
It's a shame, it's such a cryin' shame
and you're admired but I don't know why

This time, this time, this time each day


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    Lyric CorrectionLyrics are wrong on several points.

    First of all, its
    "This time each day
    I do a waltz down the hall"

    and

    "Here we are,
    disrobed,
    full of [?], yes,
    you're admired"
    JMB2on December 09, 2010   Link
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    General CommentI always hear "my ceiling shakes, like a choir's up above"? But maybe my brain just thinks that because they sort sing like a choir right after that line...
    trolllegzon February 13, 2011   Link
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    Lyric CorrectionI think it's:

    "My ceilings shakes like a cross up a bow" (should make sense, since that tends to get a little shakey)

    and

    "Here we are, disrobed
    Full of guards [?at size?], yes
    You're admired but I don't know why
    My, how she comes and goes
    It's a shame, it's such a cryin' shame
    Yeah you're admired but I don't know why"
    Visneton October 27, 2011   Link
  • 0
    Lyric Correction"Full of yawns and sighs, yes"
    CartoonChesson November 23, 2011   Link

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