Hey Susan, where's your head
Did you lose it down the beach in the heat last night?
I heard you screaming red
At the boys in their cars as they sped by

And now you hold your breath
As you write down the words on the walls tonight
Oh Susie, don't be deaf
Can't you hear them, can't you feel them, calling you out?

Does it always feel the same - a little take, a little gain?
Are they knocking down your door - do you hide a little more?
And the beatings that you get, come only from regret
Oh Susie, can't you see I need you?
I need you

Hey Susan, where's your dress
Where's the girl with the heart that I once knew?
You are not your friends
You can't be left to your imagination, can you?

I've never seen you so obsessed
I can feel it in your eyes, you're so see-through
Oh Susie, don't be deaf
Can't you hear them, can't you feel them, calling you out?

Does it always feel the same - a little take, a little gain?
Are they knocking down your door - do you hide a little more?
And the beatings that you get, come only from regret
Oh Susie, can't you see I need you?
I need you, I need you

Hey Susan, where's your head
Did you lose it down the beach in the heat last night?


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