"Lisbon Teeth" as written by and Michael Thomas Nyhan James Benjamin Thomas....
fly away
across the pond where they get my songs
it's a holiday

who's to blame
if I take too much
I don't even need to know your name

borders crossed
Paris nights I chased away with Lisbon teeth

who'd have thought
the stamps that bind were made by western thinking teens

please won't your read my hips
mispronounce the chance
eastern time is all we know
(I won't read your lips)
(you don't steal my kiss)

Fabric calls
let's dance away the bass deflects but lingers on

it's hostel law
we're sneaking in and throwing love against the wall

push it off
to eastern girls
the ballerina china dolls

please won't your read my hips
mispronounce the chance
eastern time is all we know
(I won't read your lips)
(you don't steal my kiss)


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