hop on now and ride the fame of a wave we can buy crowns and act like kings we're the whales of the desert but there's no TV cameras in the desert oh no one fish in a bowl is the biggest and smallest of all we'll try to make it after the Fall we'll try to make it springtime and... all birds seem to fly south for the wintertime just trying to stay dry we'll think about these eyes we've been given hurricanes photographed good-byes two one last cigarette yeah we can dress in the same color and coordinate all the parties we'll tell everyone how we got each other sick we can turn on and on and on the leaves will change and so will we my outsides look older and older your dance steps grow bolder and bolder so turn up the AM frequencies well we'll lose our heads while our beautiful bodies stay grounded we can turn on and on until sleep calls my calling holiday is a day away well it scared me then will it scare me tomorrow we'll think about these eyes we've been given where after five minutes on a Friday night when Saturday strikes a homerun hit without a stadium watching we'll reunite in events of fantasy Saturday summer sun is an abrupt awakening always awaiting to wash away my ideas thought in last night's painting well we can paint our faces take off our clothes this boy's left singing hope that girl's still crying we'll think about these

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