Goose Snow Cone

Album: Mental Illness (2017)
  • Lookin' into the face of the goose snow cone
    Should be shaking it loose but you do it alone
    Every look is a truce and it's written in stone

    Gotta keep it together when your friends come by
    Always checking the weather but they wanna know why
    Even birds of a feather find it hard to fly

    Thought I saw at my feet an origami crow
    It was only the street hidden under the snow
    Always snatching defeat, it's the devil I know

    Gotta keep it together when your friends come by
    Always checking the weather but they wanna know why
    Even birds of a feather find it hard to fly

    Lookin' into the face of the goose snow cone
    I could pick up the pace but I couldn't go on
    I just wanted a place but I ended up gone

    Gotta keep it together when your friends come by
    Always checking the weather but they wanna know why
    Even birds of a feather find it hard to fly

    Lookin' into the face of the goose snow cone Writer/s: Aimee Mann
    Publisher: Downtown Music Publishing
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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