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EVAN AND JARON lyrics - We've Never Heard Of You, Either

Couldn't Care Less About

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I wonder how the morning came last night I went insane I threw some things I smashed some things what happens next I haven't figured out yet I'm not quite sure what drove me to the madness bringing on my darkside was it me was it you and your obnoxious friends that made me feel defenseless I couldn't care less about the things you'll think when I walk out I couldn't care less about what happens now I couldn't care less about the psycho-babble from your mouth I don't think I care enough to care tripped on your diploma bulldozing through bringing spring into the room somewhere on a country road you're probably killing me under broken things you found your wings goodbye [Chorus] by now you've reached the mountains denied yourself the fountains off exit 41 in the old blue cabin that hides the sun so well [Chorus]

Swiss Cottage Manoeuvres

AL STEWART "Bed-Sitter Images"
On a Christmas cake day one Friday in August In a bookshop in Charing Cross Road I first set eyes on a girl and at once I did know She had eyes like a poet and hair like a rainbow Reflecting the lights that did glow And the sadness she kept in her eyes Struck my senses a blow And so as by chance at the touch of a glance We could find ourselves out in the road With no crush of time to defeat us and no place to go And I couldn't say how but the coffee bar crowd Had appeared through the silence that broke And she said "Oh my father's a judge in St Albans you know." "Oh well, then perhaps I could help you You know that St. Albans is miles away And I've got a room in Swiss Cottage in which you could stay "She laughed "Oh I couldn't do that, For I've got to be up in the morning you see. "So I rang up to find out the first morning train she could take And so in the gloom of a candlelit room With spaghetti, two forks and a plate She said "Oh I really would like to be free and escape." "Oh well if it's like thatYou don't have to go back And you're perfectly welcome to stay" "But I've not finished school yet." she said as she got into bed And so as she slept and the pure morning crept Through the windows to take her away I thought you can't make people be what you want them to be I could see my self nailed to a dormitory tale Of a holiday night's escapade And just yesterday she had seemed like a woman to me And so like a child with the sleep in her eyes Where the sadness of age had once been She left on the train with a "See you again" and a smile And I couldn't say what I had won or I lost Or even just what I had seen But when I'm alone I just think of her once in awhile.

Street Flash

ANIMAL COLLECTIVE "Water Curses"
Does anyone in here get hit with inside fever, So bad sometimes it's hard to move around? They'll show you all the things you are not doing, Instead of helping you they'll block ya out. And you're whining you shouldn't waste your morning, But the couch fibers kept you inside. Said I'm so sorry I came in late this evening, But all the clocks around the town had died, And all the fruit stores' colors were so bright, With couples smiling, cooking things tonight, And what were all those troubles on my mind? Oh, I took a walk... (Cough! Sniff...) Well, uh, Just what I need, right? The morning light. The room (cough) we all have, No more any (?) I just listen tonight, And all we know, Is all that I have, Is in control. The room is still a little hot. And I don't break til a midnight shock. Are you coming out tonight? Pretend I am? Well, I just might. The room is filled with ancient dates, Where I've been and what I ate. Before I'm asked to throw them out, I play with every little doubt. The room is filled with gummy bears, Electric shavers, ingrown hairs. I keep the curtains tied in knots. You sleep on cotton, rest in cots The room is filled with catalogues, Encyclopedias, books enough, To keep me busy in the morning. Sun sets fast without a warning. The room is filled with cords and plugs, Electronic translucent bugs. And what's that crawling all around? What's that twitching, is it still alive!? Is it still alive!? Is it still alive!? Does anyone in here get hit with inside fever, So bad sometimes it's hard to move around? They'll show you all the things you are not doing, Instead of helping you they'll block ya out. And you're whining you shouldn't waste your morning, But the couch fibers kept you inside. I'm so sorry I came in late this evening, But all the clocks around the town had died, And all the fruit stores colors were so bright, With couples smiling, cooking things tonight, And what were all those troubles on my mind? Yes, I took a walk. Oh, I like a walk. Oh, I like a walk.

Roadkill

PULP "We Love Life"
The feel of my arm around your waist, the pale blue nightdress that you wore. Your hair in braids, your sailor top: the things I don't see anymore. You lost your suitcase in my hotel room, a subway token from your Ma. The sun reflecting off the water on your face & the way you drove your car. All these things I can't forget tho' I don't see you anymore. Drove to the airport thru' a traffic jam; a deer lay dying in the road. Maybe I should have seen it as some kind of sign, except I don't believe in them no more. No, no - but I believe these things I can't forget, tho' I don't see you anymore. Yes, I believe these things I can't forget, 'cos I see them - tho' I don't see you anymore.

My Front Door Is

Gilbert O'Sullivan "By Larry"
I'm doing something I don't understand What I am doing, although I have planned out everything yesterday morning I saw you walk by My front door is blue How about you Coming around to see me in the spring Mattress on my bed, there's one sheet missing Since last July, I don't know why I let you walk right pass. My front door is green. Have you seen Anybody with a name Should know how to spell it unless he is insane And I'm very well Thank-you I do know how to knot my tie Is covered completely with letters I Owe to you I promise to pay you back should you Pass My front door ready at last

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