So we start talking, soon we're walking back to her place
She carries pepper spray on her keychain
She says, "There's never a cop around when you need one."
We climb the stairs to her apartment
She offers me a beer
She says, "It's cold in here."

She's never wrong but she was mistaken
Some words are better left unsaid
And it's time now that this was over
Before we start to speak
She says, "It's cold here in the heat."

So we thumb through her record collection here at her place
Turn up the thermostat by the furnace
She says, "My roommate is asleep.
Sit down next to me."

We're in the dark in her apartment
She says that she don't care
You know it's cold out there
She's never wrong but she was mistaken
Some words are better left unsaid
And it's time now that this was over
Before we start to speak
She says, "It's cold here in the heat."


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Thermostat Lyrics as written by Unknown Writers Mark Weinberg

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    i love how the 2 voices harmonzie and come together at the ends of the verses, it's really a shame people dont really know about crumb.. its difficult to find them to download but when you do its always worth it. especially their cd "seconds, minutes, hours"

    lay entwinedon July 08, 2002   Link
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    I know how you feel. I can't even order any albums of theirs from the HMV megastore in centre-ville.

    cindyon July 26, 2002   Link

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