"In This House That I Call Home" as written by and John Doe Exene Cervenka....
A hundred lives are shoved inside guests arrive to dump their mess obedient host and visiting wife come outa the bedroom straightening clothes in this house that I call home nobody knows the party rules gotta get in but there's no room in this house that I call home beautiful walls are closing in looking at you you're having a nightmare stumble over tombstone shoes but it's too soon I finally look in your sweet eyes and somebody comes with a bottle of beer after he leaves I turn for a kiss and see the lady next door she's naked in the street

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"In This House That I Call Home" as written by John Doe Exene Cervenka


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    General CommentNo comments? I love the imagery in this one... symbolism of a chaotic lifestyle. One of my favourites off Wild Gift.
    saintrenon September 02, 2008   Link

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