Dark Entries

Album: In the Flat Field Omnibus Edition (2010)
  • Caressing bent up to the jug again
    With sheaths and pills
    Invading all those stills
    In a hovel of a bed

    I will scream in vain
    Oh please miss Lane
    Leave me with some pain
    Went walking through this city's neon lights

    In fear of disguising my warping seathing
    Pressure lines and graceless heirs
    Intangible of price
    Trying so hard to find what? What was right

    I came upon your room it stuck into my head
    We leapt into the bed degrading even lice
    You took delight in taking down
    All my shielded pride

    Until exposed became my darker side
    Puckering up and down some avenue of sin
    Too cheap to ride they're worth a try
    If only for the old times cold times

    Don't go waving your pretentious love
    He's soliciting on his tan brown brogues
    Girating through some lonesome devils row
    Pinpointing well meaning upper class prey

    Of walking money checks possessing holes
    He often sleekly offers his services
    Exploitation of his finer years
    Work with loosely woven fabrics

    Of lonely office clerks
    Any lay suffices his dollar green eyeWriter/s: DANIEL GASTON ASH, DAVID JAY, KEVIN HASKINS, PETER JOHN MURPHY
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group, Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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