I have recently read
When your television wants you dead
Lift your covers and meet me at the edge of your bed
How are the children in your head?
How are the children, are they fed?

Did you tie your sequin dress?
You really make a mess
Give yourself to God again
You'd rather take your life than be somebody's wife
I don't think that's a sin

'Cause I was in
Lou's Berlin
We both know Caroline ends up on the floor again
We could stand up tall
And ask for it all
The body is a body, not a war memorial
Lou, I'm breaking through to you

Hello, my sweet morning glory
You got trapped in some fascist story
Can you love, can you love your stranger?
They are the children in your head
They are the children you think want you dead
You think want you

I'll tear my sequin dress
I'm gonna make a mess
Give myself to God again
I'd rather take my life than be somebody's wife
I don't think that's a sin

'Cause I was in
Lou's Berlin
We both know Caroline ends up on the floor again
We could stand up tall
And ask for it all
The body is a body, not a war memorial (The body is a body)
The body is a body, not a war memorial (The body is a body)
Lou, I'm breaking through to you

We could burn Berlin
We could burn Berlin
We both know Caroline ends up on the floor again
We could stand up tall
And ask for it all
The body is a body, not a war memorial (The body is a body)
The body is a body, not a war memorial (The body is a body)
Lou

Lou, I'm breaking through to you
Lou?
Lou?
Lou


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