"Vaudevillian" as written by and Geoffrey Aaron/varenkamp Hunker....
Verse 1:
What's that sound, sounds like a train
Why's a black caped man knotting my legs
This seems odd that my goodbye would be
The here and now while I am facing the sky
Seems like if my memory serves me right
Some dame should be here in this place of mine
But no dame what a shame
Looks like I’m the one to be saved

Chorus:
Caught in an old silent film
Where the chances are zero for the perilous hero
Can't win with an evil villain
So somebody page my stand in

Verse 2:
Excuse me sir, don't mean to intrude
Could I ask something from you
Clearly there's not too much time
If I could get free
Well don’t you think that I would
Seem like if my memory serves me right
Some dame should be here in this place of mine
But no dame what a shame
Am I all alone in this game

This is the dichotomy that leads to the epitome of every continental divide

Could this be my, my last good bye, facing the sky


Lyrics submitted by s2adams

Vaudevillian song meanings
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