South Side
by Moby

Album: Play (1999)
Charted: 14
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  • See myself in the pouring home
    See the light come over now
    See myself in the pouring rain
    I watch hope come over me

    Here we are now going to the east side
    I pick up my friends and we start to ride
    Ride all night we ride all day
    Some may come and some may stay

    Here we are in the pouring home
    I watch the light man fall the comb
    I watch a light move across the screen
    I watch the light come over me

    Here we are now going to the west side
    Weapons in hand as we go for a ride
    Some may come and some may stay
    Watching out for a sunny day where there's

    Love and darkness and my sidearm
    Hey, elan

    Here we are now going to the north side
    I look at my friends as they start to ride
    Ride at night we ride all day
    Looking out for a sunny day

    Here we are now going to the south side
    I pick up my friends and we hope we won't die
    Ride at night, ride through heaven and hell
    Come back and feel so well

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  • Paris from West Chester, OhI will be the first to say that I love this song!!!
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