I have pretended all this matters for too long.

Gone and said this, this is all I ever wanted.

It’s a joke I’m not a sinner.

It’s a joke you ever heard.

Come on don’t tell me you believe that.

A missionary came to town.

He told us God don’t care where you’re from.

He don’t want you if you’re wealthy,

He don’t want you if you’re poor.

It’s a real man God is looking for.

Pablo’s city,

Red wine and jazz cafes,

Waiting for me.

A distant light in a steamy haze.

Soon I’ll fly for Pablo’s city.

Soon I’ll fly for Pablo’s place.

I have broken the arch in my soul.

I keep pacing these streets like a hungry animal.

The sirens all are blaring,

Cars try run me down.

My socks are stained and soggy.

Tonight I drink the lust out of my blood,

With clenched limbs around another.

It didn’t free my spirit

Couldn’t help me weep.

I just needed rid of needing.

Pablo’s city,

Ballgowns and masquerades

Some girl pretty,

Who’s asking me if I’ll play the game.

I’ll play it for you pretty girl

I’ll smoke it if you’re sure,

Let’s dance, let’s shimmy on the red rocks of hell.

I am seeing everything for the first time.

I am seeing everything for the first time.

The first time again.

The first time again.

Soon I’ll fly for Pablo’s city.

Soon I’ll fly for Pablo’s place.


Lyrics submitted by nawnaw22

Pablo's City song meanings
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