The night on fire it won't be long before sunlight starts to move
Like tangled wires and tired horses, your heart begins to bruise
Burned up on entry now, twenty-five thousand miles adrift of town
You can't give in just yet, some kinds of love are like regret

There were tinsel and lights in the attic room
A body in the basement turning blue
Tinsel and lights used for a bed
Torn pictures and tears inside my head

There are no deserts here, just rivers full of coke cans and stale beer
Old tires, abandoned, float like life rafts in the rain
Finding their way back somehow, twenty-five thousand miles adrift of town
You can't give in just yet, some kinds of love they need to rest

There were tinsel and lights in the attic room
A body in the basement turning blue
Tinsel and lights used for a bed
Torn pictures and tears inside my head

There were tinsel and lights in the attic room
A body in the basement turning blue
Tinsel and lights used for a bed
Torn pictures and tears inside my head


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