"Nectarine (Part Two)" as written by and Mike Doughty....
Oh Nectarine
Will you love me right again?
Want to blank you
Want to ease you from my mind
Want to see you
Want to hurt you so bad, and
Want to love you senseless
Leave you there in bed
Oh Nectarine, come love me right again

On that night, I
Saw your picture traced in stars
Through the branches
I saw the meteors
Are you weary?
Lay you down and get some rest
Lose the dress
And wear the boots instead
Oh Nectarine, come love me right again

And her hands went numb
I tried to hang on
But sweetness swept through all my senses

All those days and nights
Sharpened appetites
And future, past and perfect tenses

I'm a brass man
You could bust me with one swing
It's not you, friend
It's a stranger in your brain
Rents a room, and
Comes to stay and don't know when
Breaks the dishes and the whole kitchen
Poor Nectarine, come be yourself again

Oh Nectarine
Will you love me right again?
Want to blank you
Want to ease you from my mind
Want to see you
Want to hurt you so bad, and
Want to love you senseless
Leave you there in bed
Oh Nectarine, come love me right again

Nectarine, come love me right again


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