Album: Shooting Rubberbands At The Stars (1988)
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  • Shooting up junk in the bathroom
    Makin' it with punks on the floor
    Livin' the scene out of her limousine
    Little Miss S. in a mini dress
    Living it up to die
    In a blink of the public eye

    Day-glo point on an electric chair
    Electric dye in her lovers hair
    A pretty sight in the middle of the night
    Made up for everyone to see
    Swinging on the branch of a broken family tree

    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without life

    The village idiots in her bed
    Never cared that her eyes were red
    Never cared that her brain was dead
    In the hours that her face was alive
    It was the thing just to be by her side

    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without life

    Hey, alright

    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without life

    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without
    You got a lot of living to do without life Writer/s: Brandon Aly, Edie Arlisa Brickell, John Bradley Houser, John Walter Bush, Kenneth Neil Withrow
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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