my love is a miser's love
I save it, I save it
you took a bath with gasoline
and your skin is barely dry

stillborn in an oil slick
sweet angel of asphalt
what I'd give to watch you crawl
beneath red heaven's pyre

when I see you I get vertigo
a thought's brought to its knees
like a mirror indiscernible
through the blossoms of gasoline

and of course I've said too much
because I still feel the same
how can you think
that we should love
when we were both made for

I don't want to feel your love or
daylight, daylight at all
sometimes, the words you say
I can barely even mouth

in a thousand prisms
and more hours
to gaze through their cuts
I won't find the freeness of
your form in my own lines

when I see you I get vertigo
when I see you I get vertigo

when I see you I get vertigo
a thought's brought to its knees
like a mirror indiscernible
through the blossoms of gasoline

and of course I've said too much
because I still feel the same
how can you think
that we should love
when we were both made for


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Gasoline Bath song meanings
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