You can have a fall and winter of your own
Staying warm inside your Victorian home,
But when the city's so hot the whiners(?) burst into flames,
When the Jesus freaks collapse with the weight of their claims

Marry young, Diana
I don't want to see you old and alone,
It's no fun, Diana
I don't want to see you rot in the home for aging spinsters

You should find someone as loyal as a dog
Who will still love you when you look like a frog,
Someone to rock your chair and bring you pink lemonade
Someone to peel your grape at 100 degrees in the shade


Lyrics submitted by just steve, edited by chellspecker

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    General Commentthis is my favorite 6ths song.
    for some reason i just love the way the sound of the lyrics go along with the image they are creating.
    sleepingbagon January 26, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthis, too, is my favorite 6ths song. it hurts when i listen to it. it makes me feel hopelessly happy and hopelessly hopeless. which, really, isn't a terrible thing.

    i love the thought of being old and having someone rocking my chair, bringing me pink lemonade and peeling me a grape. it's the most romantic thing that i've heard in my life yet.
    LostOnTheCarpeton February 03, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSome corrections:
    but when the city's so hot...
    the wino's burst into flames


    GREAT SONG.

    But I think he says "Wino's" instead of windows (i.e., drunks who drink wine.)
    fishbellyfaceon April 20, 2010   Link

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