Collector

  • I've got a mild fascination for collectors
    I've got a mild fascination for collectors
    Where'd you find all that time,
    A place for everything in the house?
    I've got a mild fascination for collectors.

    Your girlfriend says it's time to sell,
    But everything it fits so well.
    Rosewood from '75
    That Seaboard reciever lost an eye.
    One shrunken head from Africa,
    Your girlfriend says you better not.
    You don't believe in superstition,
    You find the lord in repetition.

    I've got a mild fascination for collectors
    I've got a mild fascination for collectors
    Where'd you find all that time,
    A place for everything in the house?
    I've got a mild fascination for collectors.

    A peice of wood from Noah's Ark,
    A thing collected from the start.
    And if there is another flood,
    Your house will float on Noah's wood.

    I've got a mild fascination for collectors
    I've got a mild fascination for collectors
    Where'd you find all that time,
    A place for everything in the house?
    I've got a mild fascination for collectors. Writer/s: Jennifer Turner, Kristina Lieberson, Luke Temple Breneman, Michael Chaim Bloch, Peter Hale
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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