"Little Hospitals" as written by and Simon Alexander Neil....
I'll turn your baby into lemonade
Suckle lemons and trade, trade, trade
Play along in your silver dress
We'll save souls and we'll break bread

All cows shit and angels too
Look around it's the bestest view
Did you think before you spoke aloud?
Your fucking tongue it will do you proud

You seek my cover
Where you go I'll follow on
You never can get enough
We just need to survive
If we're ever gonna dream again

I feel sad as we penetrate
Unbuckle buttons and slave, slave, slave
We attack like civil unrest
No home equals no dread

All cows shit and angels too
Look around it's the bestest view
Did you think before you spoke aloud?
Your fucking tongue it will do you proud

You seek my cover
Where you go I'll follow on
You never can get enough
We just need to survive
If we're ever gonna dream again
Ever gonna dream again

We are individuals in our little rituals
Hospitals, memorials, smaller than disease
Rituals and burials are distant used memories

When you leave
When you leave I doubt I'll remember you

When you leave
When you leave I doubt I'll remember you

When you leave
When you leave I doubt I'll remember you

When you leave
When you leave I doubt I'll remember you


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"Little Hospitals" as written by Simon Alexander Neil

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    Song FactThis song is literally about squeezing babies into some weird kind of red lemonade. The next line about suckling lemons is an ironic direction to people who dislike red lemonade - they make lemon-faces when people use different ingredients for lemonade. Crazy, I know.
    The last line is AWESOME.
    rilestaron December 22, 2014   Link

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