"A Common Disaster" as written by and Michael Edward Timmins....
A candle burning for everything I've ever wanted
A tattoo burned for everything I've ever wanted and lost
I had a long list of names that I kept in my back pocket,
But I've cut it down to one and your name's at the top

Won't you share a common disaster?
Share with me a common disaster
A common disaster
I found myself a friend,
But he's crooked as a stick in water
So now I'm writing fairy tales
To catch the spirit of revenge
He's got a plan to steal my little sister,
But I'm not too concerned
'Cause I will get him in the end
Won't you share a common disaster?

Share with me a common disaster
A common disaster
Going to find me someone to share
A common disaster
Run away with me from a life so cramped and dull
Not worry too much about the happily-ever-after
Just keep the Caddy moving
'Til we're well beyond that hill
Won't you share a common disaster?
Share with me a common disaster
A common disaster


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"A Common Disaster" as written by Michael Edward Timmins

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