All Disco

Album: Little Fictions (2017)
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  • (Who am I to tell you to care less)
    (Wish I'd have met you, never forget)

    Young man with a bruised old soul
    One snap to bring you back
    Hands black with smudging the night into day
    There's lemon and thyme in the alley, you could slip away
    But there are still fences to squeeze through
    And I'll reach you, spirits decanted

    Come to the river son
    Let your obsession go
    What does it prove if you die for a tune
    It's really all disco
    Everything
    Everything

    Let's join the yellow eyed snuck flies
    Rejoicing in choices they made
    Let's be the burned laughing at not having learned
    Let's be a hundred and five you and I
    And sing out a tune of regret to the moon
    Perverted old-timers
    I'll feed you one-liners

    Come to the river son
    Let the obsession go
    What does it prove if you die for a tune
    It's really all disco
    What does it prove if you die for a tune
    Don't you know it's all disco
    Everything

    I can hear how deep you're going
    Pull the cord
    I can feel your tempo slowing
    Pull the cord

    Come to the river son
    Let your obsession go
    What does it prove if you die for a tune
    It's really all disco
    What does it prove if you die for a tune
    Don't you know it's all disco
    Everything
    Everything Writer/s: Craig Lee Potter, Guy Edward John Garvey, Mark Potter, Peter James Turner
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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