Sing those songs to everyone
Even though they're mine
Numb them so they'll sing along
In dead horse time
I'll be the one who's laughing at that old joke
The one that I told, the one that you wrote

I just want a humble home
To defend my love
Help me with what I deserve
Because she deserves it twice
You are the one who's limbs I'm hanging down from
And I'll grieve my sufferings naked as the day comes

The debt that I work hard on
Though the marry won't come along
You made it into my song

Leave me with the small remains of your appetite
I would do it all again if the pressure's right
You'll be the one who's floating in the deep foam
And odds are I'll be somewhere far below
Singing like a shadow
It's been too thick to swallow
I'll be singing like a shadow
Laughing at that old joke


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

Workin' for the Music Man, Pt. 2 song meanings
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