From a Mountain in the Middle of the Cabins

Album: Pretty. Odd (2008)
  • Lying there
    With a halo in her hair she cried
    There are feathers everywhere
    But it's fine
    You do this all the time

    Crying now
    Through a rusted smile she knows
    This isn't how he paid the bills before
    Drug farm entrepreneur

    Go spin circles for me
    Wound relentlessly
    Around the words we used to sling
    Oh, such torturous things
    Always chewing up the only ones
    I ever mean

    If you're goin', then go
    Go go go
    If you're goin', then go
    Go go go

    Watch love
    Get strangled by a kite's cold strings
    Fall comes early and summer leaves
    As a storm with the car keys

    Spark your heels
    Up against the picket fence I built
    All your wishes they will sink like stones
    Slowly down a lonely well

    Go spin circles for me
    Wound relentlessly
    Around the words we used to sling
    Oh, such torturous things
    Always chewing up the only ones
    I ever mean

    If you're goin', then go
    Go go go
    If you're goin', then go
    Go go go Writer/s: BRENDON URIE, GEORGE ROSS, JONATHAN WALKER, SPENCER SMITH
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 6

  • Ollie from Point Place, WiEllen, you are right. They would certainly cause a Panic at the Tea Party.
  • Carrie from Timaru, New ZealandEllen from Australia, we hate you!! Ahah just joking, but seriously, open your eyes.
  • Clb from A Place, VaAt first, I wasn't ahppy with their new album, I missed their old album's style of music. But I respect the band more now, because it shows that they are talented in more than one style of music, and like Leyna said, it shows that they are versatile
  • Elicia from Zanesville, OhEllen, since when does the name of a band have anything to do with the type of song it plays?


    Plus, do really expect these lovely gentleman to play a disco song? Really, I think that just shows that you're not a true Panic! fan.
  • Leyna from Sp, - -I don't exactly hear them playing disco hits, Ellen.
    This is one of my favourite songs on the album- it shows just how versatile they are. It's also a gorgeous little tune!
  • Ellen from Sydney, Australia... oh, come on guys, You are Panic at the DISCO, not Panic at the TEA PARTY!!!!
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