Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino

Album: Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino (2018)
  • Jesus in the day spa, filling out the information form
    Mama got her hair done, just popping out to sing a protest song
    I've been on a bender back to that prophetic esplanade
    Where I ponder all the questions but just manage to miss the mark

    Good afternoon
    Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
    Mark speaking
    Please, tell me, how may I direct your call?

    This magical thinking feels as if it really might catch on
    Mama wants some answers
    Do you remember where it all went wrong?
    Technological advances really bloody get me in the mood
    Pull me in close on a crisp eve, baby
    Kiss me underneath the moon's side boob

    Good afternoon
    Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
    Mark speaking
    Please, tell me, how may I direct your call?

    And do you celebrate your dark side
    Then wish you'd never left the house?
    Have you ever spent a generation trying to figure that one out?

    Good afternoon
    Tranquility Base Hotel and Casino
    Mark speaking
    Please, tell me, how may I direct your call?
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