TV sets on fire, I sit and watch the flames
As the laugh tracks come tickle our hairs
There's car parts in the yard, let's hang them from the rafters
And call it our junkyard chandelier

We may not have much, but it's enough to keep us living
The lawns out of luck ‘cause it's never going to grow
The sink is full of dust, there is water in the celling
But it's all that I've ever known

The branches hit the ground as the winds attempt to whistle
I'm not going out there, no way
As Nature does her rounds it's like we're in a snow-globe
One shake’s all it takes to ruin things

We may not have much, but it's enough to keep us living
The lawns out of luck—it's never gonna grow
The sink is full of dust, there’s water in the celling
But it's all that I've ever known

The floors creek and moan, the shower is just a trickle
The lightbulbs have all just flickered out
The kitchen is still a mess, the window never closes
But we've got it all figured out

[flurry of television transmissions]

[indecipherable back masked singing]


Lyrics submitted by Cyberghost, edited by SephNite

Junkyard Chandelier song meanings
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