"The Waitress" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
So I want to kill this waitress
She's worked here a year longer than I
If I did it fast you know that's an act of kindness

But I believe in peace
I believe in peace, bitch
I believe in peace

I believe in peace
I believe in peace, bitch
I believe in peace

I want to kill this waitress
I can't believe this violence in mind
And is her power all in her club sandwich

But I believe in peace
I believe in peace, bitch
I believe in peace

I believe in peace
I believe in peace, bitch
I believe in peace

I want to kill this killing wish
They're too many stars and not enough sky
Boys all think she's living kindness
Ask a fellow waitress
Ask a fellow waitress


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"The Waitress" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General CommentI think she's angry at being angry. It pisses her off to be annoyed with the central character. I want to kill this killing wish... shows us that she admires this person but strugless to reconcile that herself.
    Poolman99on December 10, 2004   Link

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