Skin, Bone & Silicone

The first time I saw Kerry-Anne I knew would be the last
Skin, bone & silicone to all who dared to ask
She walked along the finest line of love and lonliness
You can see her as the sun goes down

She loved you in the morning, by noon you caught the train
A cheap return where homefires burn for a wife you gave no name
Be careful when you screw a friend, lies are hard to tame
You'll remember when the sun goes down

Hold me when the love takes too long to come around
I'll wait until the sun goes down

We hung upon her manner, bought the papers that she sold
She tried to laugh, go torn in half upon the centrefold
She said 'Cling to what you treasure and treasure what you hold.
How long before my sun goes down?'

Hold me when the love takes too long to come around
I'll wait until the sun goes down

She gave her last performance when they played her final chord
Morning song, oh hurry on and bring the last reward
Now every chair she sits upon is fashioned by the Lord
You can see them as the sun goes down

Hold me when the love takes too long to come around
I'll wait until the sun goes down

Hold me when the love takes too long to come around
I'll wait until the sun goes down


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