I lick salt right off my hand
Helps me to feel like I'm still by that ocean
That's where I left my whole family
I'm pretty sure God made us lot big broken

They'll forgive me when they're dead
They'll forgive me when they're dead and gone

Those happy holy heinous houses
They spread out and out for miles
Oh I'd rather give my two good playing hands
Then to stay in that hot climate and marry one of those men

They'll forgive me when they're dead
They'll forgive me when they're dead and gone

King tide crescent moon mud crab
Shirley Brown and George and all the mole infested trolley boys
Large hard hands holding half empty cans whilst driving
Yeah it's pouring pints for fuckheads at the Whitlam Point Hotel

They'll forget me when they're dead
They'll forget me if they haven't already yet

See I got my phobia
Salt shaker
I got my fail
Salt shaker
I got my fail
Salt shaker
I got my fail
Salt shaker


Lyrics submitted by TommyLiao

Salt Shaker song meanings
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