Take me out tonight, away from the sprawl, away from the sprawl, away from the sprawl
Oh the moon's hung low, that seedy glow
She knows, she knows, she knows
She knows, she knows

This town's supposed to maim, it's not the same
This town's supposed to maim, it's not the same

I don't seem to dance much anymore
My hips lost out to the one two three four four
I don't seem to dance much anymore
My hips lost out to the one two three four four

You tell me you'll feel that way again, amphetamines prickling my spine
Movement were flashlights, jutting in time
And tell me you'll feel that good, again
The playground, the swings, the powerlines seem to fuse with the sky
And the halogen glow of morning blue light
I was dialing numbers of deaf ears
And chewing ink cartridges
They burst in my mouth, they made such a mess
You bad little girl, there's a whole world to see
There's a whole world to see

And you wake up, and you wake up
No more Miss Golightly, no more please ask nicely
No more TV dinners, no more win-win-winners
No more Zodiac, no more nameless cats
No more snakebite, would you like a friendly fight?
No more South Park, no more broken hearts
No more "Dear Deirdre, my boyfriend doesn't seem to like me
He doesn't want to put it in me"
No more math-rock, guitar as an extension of your cock
No more blonde haired girl, she turned into a blue bottle anyway
No more cellar door, no more bedroom floor

I don't seem to dance much anymore
My hips lost out to the one two three four four
I don't seem to dance much anymore
My hips lost out to the one two three four four

No more disco politics, no more gin and tonics
No more policies, no more G&Ts
No more disco politics, no more gin and tonics
No more policies, no more G&Ts
No more disco politics, no more gin and tonics
No more policies, no more G&Ts


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