Lives in a hospital, she'll never go outside
She can't move, if she gets unplugged she'll die
Lives in a hospital, she'll never go outside
She can't move, if she gets unplugged she'll die

Lives in a hospital, she'll never go outside
(All these tubes and she still can't breathe)
She can't move, if she gets unplugged she'll die
(This prescription's not what she needs)

Lives in a hospital, she'll never go outside
(All these tubes and she still can't breathe)
She can't move, if she gets unplugged she'll die
(This prescription's not what she needs)

She can't remember ever seeing the stars,
She couldn't imagine ever being that high,
But she can remember all the permanent shadows
That live in the room where she's gonna die

She swears that one day she'll break (?)
That keeps her eyes from ever seeing the sky
She got a visit and a green bracelet,
To face the new form (?) that she's dying from

She put it on with her happiest face,
And as they walked away she said: 'mm, thanks'
The nurse came in and got her something to eat,
And then she changed the channel and she changed the sheets

She asked if everything was alright,
And the girl said that she wanted stars at night,
The nurse came back with a box of green stars,
She gave them to her and said they glow in the dark

She got out of bed and put them on the walls,
And with her happiest face she said: 'mm, thanks'
Lalalalalalalalala

Lives in a hospital, she'll never go outside
She can't move, if she gets unplugged she'll die (x3)


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