"Cigarettes and Kerosene" as written by and Buckley Murray....
Breathe it in and blow it out
Everything you talked about
Your dirt won't show
It's warm in here, let's go upstairs
And disregard your father's cares
You're on your own
And your mothers not home

Oo it's not the same, when you take it away
Cause now that we've really gone
It's been so long, since I moved

Cigarettes and Kerosene
You light the match and fall asleep
You've found freedom
So burn the books you read about
Washing out your filthy mouth, when I was young
And I'm staring at piano keys,
Drinking up your Daddy's drink
It's on the house
Overhead, making sure you're dead

Oo it's not the same, when you take it away
Cause now that we've really gone
It's been so long, since I moved

Yeah

And you've come and gone
Oh I know it's wrong
But your mothers not home
So you better had..

Do, do, do, do
Do, do, do, do
Do, do, do, do
Do, do, do


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