"Amelia" as written by and John Eatherly Maxwell Kamins....
Cartoons in the half light dancing
Amelia in a Chinese gown
Candle on the mantle burning
All those light lies littered on the ground

And you're tracing paper days
And suffer sordid eyes
At first feel the waves
And burns of love

Why don't you see how it feels?
You're throwing all the pain away with past water
And that's a tread, stay awake at the wheel
Don't come at her like that, it might be bad for you

Close lights in the backyard sunshine
Amelia in the big beach town
I say, "My mind, how d'you get so sky high?"
All those half lights lit her on the ground

And you're tracing paper days
And suffer sordid eyes
At first feel the waves
And flesh of love

Why don't you see how it feels?
You're throwing all the pain away with past water
And that's a tread, stay awake at the wheel
Don't come at her like that, it might be bad for you

Can't believe you're just outside my door
I thought for sure you'd be sitting on a plane to Spain
Out from the sea just laying in the hospital
I had a feeling, a feeling you'd end up this way

The flesh of love

Why don't you see how it feels?
You're throwing all the pain away with past water
And that's a tread, stay awake at the wheel
Don't come at her like that, it might be bad for you


Lyrics submitted by minicuotas, edited by modvultures

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