Come and meet me when the lights are low
You look half dead though I told you so
We'll play rag songs on the piano
And die happy in Santo Domingo

Bring your best brains and your dead girl shoes
cigarette chains dressed in greens and blues
Leave the sick boy and his skinny friend
suck the life from all these bends
Bring peaches and a kaleidophone
we'll call and see if the stars are home
Play Chopsticks on my guitar drive
backwards in your one wheeled car

Come and meet me when the lights are low
You look half dead though I told you so
We'll play rag songs on the piano
And die happy in Santo Domingo

Bring a headcase and his jealous eyes
seven ragdolls in shirts and ties
Bring the sisters on day release
ten green bottles and the eyelid police

Play me a banjo, make me some noise
Take me for granted 'til my children got no choice
Pour me a little gravy, protect my muse
Torture me out of my dumb little mind and leave me half
confused and make my head swim

Come and meet me when the lights are low
You look half dead though I told you so
We'll play rag songs on the piano
And die happy in Santo Domingo


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