"Carrot Head" as written by and Mccaughey....

This planet is a place with ?swollen? wonder
Fungus clouds that fog upon the sea
I was submerged in falling leaves
It wasn't such a terrible thing

But I never knew how fine a life could be
Despite the brilliant lights ever above me
Until the ?freezing torch of discovery?
Now I'm so ?healthy? living with Carrot Head

A bridge of rock that smashed a submarine
A forest that lay waste three cities
A waterfall that dissolved my Plymouth
I barely noticed them at all

But I never knew how fine a life could be
Despite the brilliant lights ever above me
Until the ?freezing torch of discovery?
Now I'm so ?healthy? living with Carrot Head
Carrot Head

She throws the moon into the barren sky
And wipes a glass with a feather
Until the day she rose up from the snow
I didn't know the terrible waste

But I never knew how fine a life could be
Despite the brilliant lights ever above me
Until the ?freezing torch of discovery?
Now I'm so ?healthy? living with Carrot Head

No I never knew how fine a life could be
I never knew how fine a life could be
I never knew how fine a life could be
Now I m so ?healthy? living with Carrot Head
Carrot Head
Living with Carrot Head
Carrot Head



Lyrics submitted by JohnnyLurg

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