The prettiest missionary in North Hollywood
Sank her teeth into Jehova till there was blood
Changed her name to Verushka and dyed her hair black
Ran away to Arizona on a horse's back

Come home Suzie and finish what you start
There's a good man waiting and you broke your mother's heart
Well these Sunday morning whispers have awoken this town
Come home Suzie 'fore the sun goes down

In a field of peyote till her skin's a dusty brown
Made her way to Santa Rosa, a foolish little town
And whispered wanton secrets to the faithfully bored
Who seek deliverance in America and the Good Lord

Come home Suzie and finish what you start
There's a good man waiting and you broke your mother's heart
These Sunday morning whispers have awoken this town
Come home Suzie 'fore the sun goes down

The sanctimonious will suffer though their hands are clean
The foul heat of summer will make a docile woman scream
Oh and when this hypocrisy turns their innocence to sweat
She'll leave a drawing in the sand of a devil's silhouette

Come home Suzie and finish what you start
There's a good man waiting and you broke your mother's heart
Well these Sunday morning whispers have awoken this town
Come home Suzie 'fore the sun goes down

Oh

Come home Suzie and finish what you start
There's a good man waiting and you broke your mother's heart
These Sunday morning whispers have awoken this town
Come home Suzie 'fore the sun goes down
Come home Suzie 'fore the sun goes down
Come home Suzie 'fore the sun goes down


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