Some of their ghosts haunt the high school
Some of their children go there
Some are dark and unfathomable
Others are fragile and fair

Girls in cream blouses with wrecked hearts
Live in cold houses of stacked cards
With look-alike babies in back yards
What will become of them

Some of them do meditation
Some of them organize bazaars
Some take too much medication
Others one too many cars

Middle-aged women in dream homes
Taste lawyers semen and sea foam
Live by a soundtrack of tone poems
What will become of them
Oh what will become of them

Love can be pent up and restless
Love can just setup the reckless
Love can be cruel and sexless
Take a murderous toll
On the defenseless soul

Some of them sit by the seaside
Waiting for doctors to call
Some of them live on the eastside
And many will die in the fall

Women with gray hair and tan skin
Drinking away their depression
Wondering if they'll ever love again
Oh what will become of them
What will become of them
What will become of them


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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