Silverwater, Long Bay

The girls were singing along
To a Kanye West song
Hanging out of the car,
Screaming at the stars

The speedo was dialling up
I think I was spooked by a truck
I didn’t put any rubber down
I heard later from the crown

But I don’t remember
I can’t recall
And I have bad dreams
If I sleep at all

Silverwater, Long Bay
Such pretty names, such pretty names

On Fridays in my town
Everyone is down
At The Railway or The Royal
To which ever they are loyal

If I’m gonna go out,
I’m careful who’s about
You know alcohol
Is a breach of my parole

Oh the judge was gentle
But when young folks die
They’re gonna need a tooth
For that eye

Silverwater, Long Bay
Such pretty names, such pretty names

Well I could not look them in the eye,
But I surely heard them softly cry

Silverwater, Long Bay
Such pretty names, such pretty names



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