Counterfeit laugh of a lonely champion.
Swinging in the park, we didn’t want lunch.
The kids speak in bee stings.
I hope they don’t come back again.
They can’t understand us.
Sleeping on the shoulders of giants in seatbelts.
Take me to the ball game, ‘cause I don’t have to pay.
I don’t give advice and I don’t think you need help.
You are my friend, so you can choose my name.
I’m imaginary, and I like it.
Where do you go to?
Where do you go to rest?
Straight through to Jericho…
Straight through ‘til you’re home at last.
Hang your hat on an Adirondack.
If a friend can bring you back,
then I’m a friend of that.
Where do you go to?
Where do you go to rest?
Everywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere I’m a grateful guest.
I am sure that I don’t want to go.
Can’t find us in the hours of the afternoon.
Spitting on the road we were heading into town.
I am as real as the feeling of loneliness
holding you tight ‘til I am laid down.
I’m imaginary, and I like it.
Well it was temporary.
Now I’m gone.
Everywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere but nowhere.
Everywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere…
Where do you go to?
Where do you go to rest?
Straight through to Jericho…
Straight through, ‘til you’re home at last.
Hang your hat on an Adirondack.
If a friend can bring you back,
then I’m a friend of that.
Where do you go to?
Where do you go to rest?
Everywhere but nowhere.
Anywhere I’m a grateful, grateful guest.


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