There's a house upon the lake
Where her laughter and her lies combined to claim your soul to take
There's a lamp without a shade
In the parlor where she pinned you down and history was made

Gene I dream that life outside of here
Is so much more amazing than either one of us
Could ever imagine

There's a clearing in the woods
Where you took a shot accused of not delivering the goods
And there's the ring you pawned away
You can feel the branches snapping off remembering that day

Gene I dream that life outside of here
Is so much more amazing than either one of us
Could ever imagine

There's the blood, and there's the prints
From where she laid you out and played you out and left the evidence
There's a place away from town
Along a lonely stretch of highway where your Pontiac broke down

Gene I dream that life outside of here
Is so much more amazing than either one of us
Could ever imagine
Gene I dream that life outside of here
Is so much more amazing than either one of us
Could ever imagine


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