"The Grand Destruction Game" as written by and Eric D. Johnson Nina Persson....
I made eyes with a sailor with a burned-up hand
The cross-eyed singer of a bad boy band
I loved an elegant gangster and a customs man
But then I fell for him and that was the end

He was gold-plated sparrow, he was chosen one
He was Sandinista and my royal bomb
He was my used car salesman and my wayward son
And then I fell for him and that was the end

In the morning, you may wake to find that I'm gone
Sad to go, but you know I need to stumble on
In time, with the passing of the days, you'll forget my name
It's strange, I know the way some people play, but I'm just the same
The Grand Destruction Game

I made eyes with a sailor with a burned-up hand
A cross-eyed singer of a bad boy band
I loved an elegant gangster and a customs man
And then I fell for him and that was the end

And then he fell for me and then it was the end

In the morning, I may wake to find that he's gone
Sad and lonely, but I know he too must stumble on
In time, with the passing of the days, I may forget his name
It's strange, you know the way some people play, but he's just the same
The Grand Destruction Game


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