Goodnite Dr. Death

Album: Danger Days: True Lives Of The Fabulous Killjoys (2010)
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  • Alright children, the lights are out, and the party's over
    It's time for me, Dr. D, to start running and say goodbye, for a little while
    And I know you're gonna miss me, so I'll leave you with this
    You know that big ball of radiation we call the sun
    Well it'll burst you into flames if you stay in one place too long
    That is if the static don't get you first
    So remember, even if you're dusted, you may be gone,
    But out here in the desert, your shadow lives on without you
    This is Dr. Desert, signing off

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