What brought me in here? In the morning
my heart looked bent please,
don't tell my parents
my friend says you don't wanna
know who you are
when it comes down to it

I've got an Uncle knocked out
bare with a frying pan
his wife is his best friend.
Nobody ever sees him
except in September
for one weekend

That's how it's fine, done in, done
in the Pocono mountains
in the sixties. Fathers in station wagons.
Cut the corners hard (da-da-da-da-da)
past broken firs burned stark
And the only shapes moving were
the ghostly forms of cattle
walking in the dark, moving holding

One whole family used to
sleep upon this floor from the
kitchen to the door

Elvis never gave,
Elvis never gave an encore

Greater than my love
gone out the door is
the love that I've ignored

Elvis never gave,
Elvis never gave an encore

Meteor, make me young,
Make me young! (x3)

Lyrics submitted by SeasonsInVerse, edited by adngai

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