So well
The world is diagnosed with terminal cancer
Flesh is not union this culture is not freedom
And the world has terminal cancer
I want to live with you

Let's bomb the moonlight and dance

This wait is a joke, my love is real
And the world is diagnosed with terminal cancer
Oh lover, your lips, before the apocalypse

Armageddon's just another job, it's all on the inside
Don't let them tell you love is a lie
Love is so real
The best bet's to stay alive

Let's go bomb the moonlight
Let's take it back
What was ours by right
Frame of a picture, the subject's not right

Oh people of the lord
You have a new boy in town
To share the light with a deity
That's realer than all of you
That's love, human

We'll bomb the moonlight and dance
dance

Sweet black mother of death
Why did you have to take her away from me?
It's stupid, all the words fit together
Where now is nothing
Why did you have to bring us together,
Under such dirty circumstance?
I have a molotov
Let's bomb the moonlight and dance
dance dance dance dance dance dance dance dance dance


Lyrics submitted by weezerific:cutlery, edited by Camaimeee, CMeddle

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    General CommentAm I the only one who likes this one?
    rembuckon December 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti love the rockin chaos of this poetry. could have been the 'eternal life' of mstd, except with this one he jumped right to the 'road version'.
    cuomoon July 27, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about how humanity is destorying this beautiful world... also maybe how he has lost his hope in love... its a complex song but its really good
    Tonagamuon December 16, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"olive oil your lips before the apocalypse"
    jakeordieon October 22, 2011   Link

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