Two tornadoes touch down in Kansas
Instinct takes over, instinct commands us
Mostly ok, but I'm bleeding profusely
Mostly ok, but only on Tuesday

The six other days I'm pacing the ring
Ripping down stars while I deal with this thing
God only knows the hell that I chose
Ripping down stars while I stand on my toes

Stare at the moon in a memory lapse
Wind up the clock, total collapse

Pop rocks and coke make your head explode
Pop rocks and coke make your head explode

From the field I can see you in the stands
Drinking lemonade spinning like a ceiling fan
So haunting, so confusing
Ice cream is goose, linus and lucy

Rule number one can't escape my throne throat
Pop rocks and coke make your head explode

Two tornadoes touch down in Kansas
Instinct takes over, instinct commands us
Mostly ok, but I'm bleeding profusely
Mostly ok, but only on Tuesday

The six other days I'm pacing the ring
Ripping down stars while I deal with this thing
God only knows the hell that I chose
Ripping down stars while I stand on my toes

Stand on my toes
Ripping down stars while I stand on my toes

From the field I can see you in the stands
Drinking lemonade spinning like a ceiling fan
So haunting, so confusing
I scream this (?) line (?) so loosely (???)

It's Monday night
And you're high as a kite
Watching Lion King
Can't feel a thing
But your knee hurts
Heart beats are speeding by

It's the fight of your life
Are you proud of yourself?
Are you doubting yourself?

Are you proud of yourself?

You lost it, bought a rifle
Took it home, put it in the corner of your closet
But it's not on your mind yet, oh no, no it's not on your mind yet
Gonna stand on my toes, ripping stars down
There will be no end to my rainmaking

It's the fight of your life
Are you proud of yourself?
Are you doubting yourself?

Are you proud of yourself?








Lyrics submitted by Aquarius121

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