Old Simon Stimson was once in love with me
When I was solid as a smokescreen, bluer than a tree
But all of this has changed and now I'm faster than a clam
I'm sober as a church key, and just as happy as I am

Once I could get by on the forty dollar door
In a car all made of duct tape, on a pallet on the floor
But the bottle empties quick these days, I guess flim has come to flam
Though it's kind of hard to tell when you're as happy as I am

Brilliant as a box of hammers, fragile as the moon
Stylish as a jaybird, sneaky as a spoon
Heavy as the bluest note, true as any sham
Safe as a house on fire and just as happy as I am

I was dreaming that you were what I was dreaming of
Louder than a lighthouse that's been whispering of love
Funny as the pope on fire, ferocious as a lamb
And all I hope is that you are...

As stormy as a teacup, as fragile as the moon
Stylish as a jaybird, sneaky like a spoon,
Heavy as the bluest note, true as any sham
Safe as a house on fire, and just as happy as I am

All I hope is that you are as happy as I am


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