Rush Minute

Album: Heligoland (2010)
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  • I wanna be clean but I gotta get high
    It's good to be here, so hard to come by
    You bring pain cause you got game
    And needles and pins a man can't take

    Peaches living in niches
    Digging the scene like beautiful cliches
    Throwing shapes in a gangster lean
    Ignoring wars on gasoline
    I got some yearning, God I'm made to get high
    God's left hand wasn't made to get by
    Got more highs left in me
    And there's more room in recovery

    From evil states that strip all chrome
    From Marshall Amps into broken homes
    And borstal blues to countless cliques
    That rhythm sticks to those classic chicks
    Still your tears and drown your fears
    All is clear in a glass of beer

    Peaches living in niches
    Digging the scene like beautiful cliches
    You fill me with endorphins
    And you star in magazines
    We draw liquor from the mattress springs
    It ain't over til the last bell rings
    Got more highs, you and me
    And deluxe rooms in recovery Writer/s: ROBERT DEL NAJA, NEIL DAVIDGE, GRANTLEY EVAN MARSHALL
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd., Universal Music Publishing Group, Spirit Music Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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