"S.f. Bar '63" as written by and Michael Gary Gurley Joie James Calio....
Long lean piece of ice
Thin and hard think what it will do
I can slice and I will pour it to you
Drip... drip... drip
Reflective properties, I see you
My mind stops and stutters my mind stops
Please can I kiss your kneecaps?
The sun burns itself out
I look around and notice the dogs
In line to howl so loud so long
For just one night
What the hell is your name?
I'm numb, dumbed down
On a leash that chokes so hard
My life fades to blue
The sun burns itself out
And the hand that holds my leash
Is so strong that it's useless to struggle
Useless to catch the one breath that starts me down
To freedom
Unknown, to the bone
Without taste, past disgrace
White pasty face
Please don't notice me my goddess
The sun burns itself out
I'm a shadow crawling into... the black
I'm a bug, sticky feet
I leave a trail
I am nothing, for no one, I'm useless
The sun burns itself out


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