There is a girl who works as a night nurse
Comes out of the back room and swings on a purse by her side
As she waves down a ride

And the boys play pick-up sticks with the cocks
And dust themselves off and move
To the train ride at a quarter to nine

And they'll meet us at the corner
Of the depot
And we'll orchestrate the orders of our
Absurd heroes manifestos

And they'll say, "That's the sound of fire alarms
And there's no sergent at arms
'cause when your mind does not approve
You know you've got to move."

The pleasure of leaving the squail of
Fortune and the wandering eye
Apologies to Mom and Papa
If we haven't gone down
Just where you lie

Dividing friends and kind decision
Put on the fence it's high absolution
Conversation
Conversation
Conversation

So meet us at the corner
Of the depot
When we'll orchestrate the orders of our
Absurd heroes manifestos

And if the sun
Gets in our eyes
We'll stay all night
It is alright

And if the sun [Save these mornings]
Gets in our eyes [When the sun starts to set]
We'll stay all night [We will be up for long]
And it's alright [But that is alright]

And if the sun [Save these mornings]
Gets in our eyes [When the sun starts to set]
We'll stay all night [We will be up for long]
And it's alright [But that is alright]

That is alright
That is alright
That is alright


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Absurd Heroes Manifestos song meanings
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