"Nice House" as written by and Daniel Michael Armbruster Sean M Donnelly....
There's a strange grown man in a creepy coat
In the bathroom mirror, he knocked me down to the floor
I don't know him, I don't know him

There's an aging man with a narrow face
He's been following me around for days
I don't know him, never met him

And my pulse kept beating (I was on standby)
All the days repeating (I was on standby)
And my pulse kept beating (I was standby)
All the days repeating

I thought I'd have a nice house to blow my brains out
Or a fast car to run from danger
My own place, where I could get away

There's a strange grown man with a few gray hairs in my own twin bed
I don't think he belongs there, no, I don't

And my pulse kept beating (I was on standby)
All the days repeating (I was on standby)
And my pulse kept beating (I was standby)
All the days repeating

I thought I'd have a nice house to blow my brains out
Or a fast car to run from danger
My own place, where I could get away

I thought I'd have a good wife to kiss me good night
Or a fast car, to run from danger
My own place, where I could get away

Hey now, hey now, hey now
We run away now, away now, away now
Where we can escape now, escape now, we can escape now
Hey now, hey now, hey now
We run away now, away now, away now
Where we can escape now, escape now, we can escape now

I thought I'd have a nice house to blow my brains out
Or a fast car to run from danger
My own place, where I could get away

I thought I'd have a good wife to kiss me good night
Or a fast car to run from danger
My own place
To run from danger, my own place
To run from danger, my own place


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