"Love, The Lazee" as written by and Rebecca Diana Gates....
Since we tripped you're so dull around here
In fits and lulls you pout at and kiss off

Dewey-lipped and the cold sweat of makeout
You stand so close

I long for the light lanky of ya

Beauty calls loosen surrender
The ladies lose in your seersucker pressure
Step up to it

The whole town crashin on ya
And all ennui in trouble
Lost to the late long last look

Cagey move in the dead light of springtime
Your sweet, sweet weight
Art for the layback
Well I beat you out with the circle of your mouth
Cause be still you're wishing and willing
Step up to it

The whole town crashin on ya
And all ennui in trouble
Lost to the late long last look


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