"Kicked In" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
I wish the nights were warm again this month
We could stay up all night
Occupy the porch at the front
Of the house where we might
Always forget to replace the bulb in the glass
Rectangular vase
The lamp on the street flickers on through the trees
And I can see your face

Kicked in and dark inside
Lit below and burning white
Kicked in and left at once
Folded, found and cut the light

Well I've never had one of these before
And it's stronger than I thought
Someone put the glass in my hand and
Romanced by the shape I was
He said rocket fuel is the key
He called it clear and hard
And it wiped me out
And it warmed me up
Well I hope so
Cause it's bitter cold

Kicked in and dark inside
Lit below and burning white
Kicked in and left at once
Folded, found and cut the light

Folded, found and cut the light
Folded, found and cut the light
Kicked in and left at once
Kicked in and burning white
Kicked in and left at once



Lyrics submitted by junkie, edited by Mellow_Harsher, Dingo16

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