"Marilyn" as written by and John Fahey....
I don't even like her
It's nothing special
Saw her in a laundromat
with my best girl
Now she's gone all AWOL
on this island

Everybody's looking
How's he doing?
Is he gonna crack soon?
But since you win,
everybody's uptight
You get a more alone

Marilyn
I've been trying to get somewhere
So you look at me or even stare
How'd you like
to see me taking off those shoes
That's the guilty camera fuse

Looking to get over
sometime this year
Look inside your photograph
and not be gripped with fear
Put my fingers in my ears
la-la-la-la-la-la-la

Push you to the back now
of this open mind
Like the creaking floorboards
of a disused mine
Which is only flown by
every so often

Marilyn
I've been trying to get somewhere
So you look at me or even stare
How'd you like
to see me taking off those shoes
That's the guilty camera fuse

Marilyn
I've been trying to get somewhere
So you look at me or even stare
How'd you like
to see me taking off those shoes
That's the guilty camera fuse


Lyrics submitted by notexactly

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