"Western Pier" as written by and Craig Finn....
Someone saw something just east of here
I came up the Western pier
There's one thing you should know about
Christ is watching me right now

Someone saw something and they shot it down
I spent seven months in another town
At night I'd walk down on the beach
One night I saw them watching me

They rolled up. They put the cuffs on
Then they drove me deep into the valley
The just judge looked me over and said I'm sorry
You don't have to keep running
But you best be leaving

You can't take away all the parts of you
that make you do the things you do
The girls that live inside my heart
Keep coming up the boulevard

They roll up. They pledge their love
And then they drive you halfway to a breakdown
The just judge looked over and said I'm sorry
Love's been such a letdown
Let's proceed with the shakedown

Jesus is a judge and He's kind and He's just
Forgives us for our avarice and lust
I don't even know what's east of here
I came up the Western pier


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"Western Pier" as written by Craig Finn

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