"Dislocation" as written by and Dan Vickrey Adam Fredric Duritz....
I was an alien in utero
Somehow missed New Mexico
Fell to Earth in Baltimore
I know

Now there are layer cakes in empty rooms
Birthday cards and red balloons
And me
I know I know
I know I know

I invited Johnny Legs and Jackie O
Empty parties filled with people I don’t know

I am written in the radio
I dream on my TV
Dislocation Dislocation
I am fading out in stereo
I don’t remember me
Dislocation Dislocation

Telling lies and taking shots
Getting laid in parking lots
Getting high and getting caught
I know

All my broken paper planes
Parachutes and windowpanes
I’m a shooting star gone Novocain
I know

So I write to all the girlie magazines
Splash my passion on the pages in-between

I am written in the radio
I dream on my TV
Dislocation Dislocation
I am fading out in stereo
I don’t remember me
Dislocation Dislocation

Rising from the afterglow
A dodo bird with polio
And me
I know I know I know I know

I’m playing with a rock’n’roll band on the subway
It keeps me far away from the gamma rays
We live between the BOOM BOOM CRASH
And the fadeaway
I know

Wake up the congregation!
We will see the light tonight!
The spark! The flash!
The bang! The bite!
I know I know
I know I know
I know

I am written in the radio
I dream on my TV
Dislocation Dislocation
I could fade away in stereo
You won’t remember me
Dislocation Dislocation

If they drop the bomb on London
Swallow LA with the sea
Dislocation Dislocation
Say a prayer for Oklahoma
Say another one for me
Dislocation Dislocation


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"Dislocation" as written by Daniel John Vickrey Adam Fredric Duritz

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