"Taking a Bath in Rust" as written by and Mark O. Everett....
Why don't you
Get me
A way out of here
Buy me a ticket
A seat in the rear

Cause I'd say the daylight
Its time to go home

Every day
Voice in my ear
Telling me
'Get out of here'

I think that you know
Its not so bad
Sitting in rust and taking a bath

But I think that I could
Find a new way

Every day
Voice in my ear
Telling me
'Get out of here'

Why don't you just think
About it a while
Maybe I'm too much
Cramping your style

But now that it's daylight
It's time to go home

Every day
Voice in my ear
Telling me
'Get out of here'






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"Taking a Bath in Rust" as written by Mark O. Everett

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    General CommentThis might be my favorite Eels song. It's so relaxed, but unsettling at the same time. I was half asleep listening to this song once, and I almost thought I saw a ghost. Weird?
    Avianrueon October 26, 2008   Link

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