"Movie Mondays" as written by and Richards....
O Genevieve, would that I could see you growing older
With my right hand so cold 'round a colder can of Coca-Cola

I walk through the uni, lazy campus
Lazing apes under the sun
Thinking "How the fuck?"
"How the fuck could she love a drowned amphibian?"
When I left her mourning naked
Pleading with me "Won't you stay?"
But Movie Mondays are more important
More important on the day

It's the end of the feature
And all of my imaginaries come to life
It's an old friend
Yearning badly for the things that happened just last night
So I tell him
"We've got years to fill with the stupid shit we haven't done"
Tragic wagon, rickety wheeling over the cliff into the sun

Cheap freedom, there's something about you
I'm not sure what it is, but I'm beginning to doubt you
On the way to the station, running the day down
Going back to where I first reside

Yeah, going back to where I first reside
Yeah, going back to where I first reside

Hey, look and there goes a wheelchair
It's lost it's rider
It's rider's fallen down the stairs to the ocean
And all I hear are perfect chords to come undone
Then I see her - emergent harpy from one room to the next

And we're all hungover
Everything seems like a memory to me now
And we're all hungover
Everything seems like a memory to me

And O cheap freedom, there's something about you
I'm not sure what it is, but I'm beginning to doubt you
On the way to the station, we're running the day down
Going back to where I first reside

And O cheap freedom, there's something about you
I'm not sure what it is, but I'm beginning to doubt you
On the way to the station, while running the day down
Going back to where I first reside

Yeah, going back to where I first reside


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