"Laughing Gas" as written by and Anthony Hoffer John Lawler....
Let me in or let me go
I swear, out there
Nobody else will ever know what you're thinking
All your angels will not save your skin
You'll spin
Please don't forget that you're the end and the beginning

In your own sweet time you'll see
Your new roses unwind
There'll be no rain on your parade
There'll be no devils on your mind
So, darling, break out the laughing gas
You and I know this joke soon will pass
Give me your last request
And I'll see what I can do
To paint your grey skies blue
Before I pass
That's all I ask
Break out the laughing gas

Well, leet me go or let me in
This time, a sign
Please don't pretend that you just can't feel it
All your ships are sailing, all your bridges burned
Show me your heart so I can steal it

In your own sweet time, you'll find
That all your words will rhyme
They'll be no blood upon your tracks
They'll be no thread left to unwind
So, darling, break out the laughing gas
You and I know this joke soon will pass
Give me your last request
And I'll see what I can do
To paint your grey skies blue before I pass
That's all I ask
Break out the laughing gas

Take all your ideals and well told tales
I know a prayer that never fails
Don't hold your breath, you dreamed this dream well
Just click your heels and you'll soon break this unholy spell
This hell
Is only a story you tell

So break out the laughing gas
Let go, let this soap opera be your last
Set all these fools on fire
Why should you not have all that you desire
Break out the laughing gas
You and I know this joke soon will pass
Give me your last request
And I'll see what I can do
To paint your grey skies blue
Before I pass
Break out the laughing gas


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"Laughing Gas" as written by Anthony Hoffer John Lawler

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