Somewhere in Germany but I can't place it Man, I hate this part of Texas Close my eyes, fantasize Three clicks and I'm home When I get back I'll lay around And I'll get up and lay back down Romanticize the quiet life There's no place like my room
But you had to go I know, I know, I know Like a wave that crashed and melted on the shore Not even the burnouts are out here anymore And you had to go I know, I know, I know
Out in the park we watch the sunset Talking on a rusty swing set After a while you went quiet and I got mean Always pushing you away from me But you come back with gravity And when I call you come home A bird in your teeth
So I gotta go I know, I know, I know When the sirens sound you'll hide under the floor But I'm not gonna go down with my hometown in a tornado I'm gonna chase it I know, I know, I know I gotta go now I know, I know, I know
Driving out into the sun Let the ultraviolet cover me up Went looking for a creation myth Ended up with a pair of cracked lips Windows down, scream along To some America first rap country song A slaughterhouse, an outlet mall Slot machines, fear of God Windows down, heater on Big bolts of lightning hanging low Over the coast, everyone's convinced It's a government drone or alien spaceship Either way, we're not alone I'll find a new place to be from A haunted house with a picket fence To float around and ghost my friends No, I'm not afraid to disappear The billboard said the end is near I turned around, there was nothing there Yeah, I guess the end is here
(The end is here) (The end is here) (The end is here) (The end is)
Writer/s: Phoebe Bridgers, Marshall Vore, Christian Lee Hutson, Connor Oberst
Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
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Country star Slim Whitman's version of the 1920s song "Rose Marie" spent 11 consecutive weeks at #1 in the UK in 1955, a record until 1991 when Bryan Adams’ "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" spent 16 weeks at the top.