"Analgesic Love Song" as written by and James Mudriczki Anthony Szuminski....
Devastation in slow motion on a wing and a prayer

Big, big city colours, small people despair
It's just an analgesic love song but it's wearing me out
All you disenfranchised children it's time to come out

And it feels like I'm home again
And it feels like we've got to shelter from the rain

You say that you can, but I'm more of a man
You can't hold me down
You say that you will, but I still got the will
You can't hold me down

And if everybody's mobile, why don't nobody move?
Just your Intel, hard-sell lifestyle disrupting your groove
I got a face down ball gown angel
I wish she were mine
And this analgesic love song that makes me drive blind

And it feels like I'm home again
And it feels like we've got to shelter from the rain

You say that you can, but I'm more of a man
You can't hold me down
You say that you will, but you can't break my will
You can't hold me down
You say that you can, but I'm more of a man
You can't hold me down
No, No
No, No






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"Analgesic Love Song" as written by James Mudriczki Anthony Szuminski

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