After we've undressed for the changing seasons
Our winter play was loud and summer pulled our hair out
And both boots need a rest from their rain running
To piles of wet leaves when autumn streets are crowded

Come find me
I'm drunk on your potatoes
And I need a park twirl
I know what I need that for
There's something in the kitchen blinking
He's too fast for drinkers
But I don't have anymore
And you can find me at the store

After they've compressed in their sleeping trousers
Everyone's in bed and Dad asks, "Have the dogs been fed?"
I tripped over a vase
I'm sad I knocked those flowers
Bad water running out
My eyes are glued with sundown

Don't mind me
I'm drunk on your potatoes
And I need a park twirl
I know what I need it for
I'm in the bathroom hiding 'cause I
Came here dressed in tie-dyed
And this crowd's a bore
And what you hanging with them for?

Is there something at the shore she says she wants to show you?
There's something at the shore she says she has to show you
The sharks are at the shore with things they want to show you
They're eyeing little lures

There's something at the shore she says she wants to show you
There's something at the shore she she really wants to show you
They're eyeing human lures

The sharks are at the shore with things they want to show you
The sharks are at the shore with something they must show you

To keep rolling
To be wise
To be yours
Feels just fine


Lyrics submitted by plenusmerdae

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