Head Carrier

Album: Head Carrier (2016)
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    Head carrier
    Hey, Rusty, come hold Luther's hand
    It's deja-vu, it's not like I planned
    Looks like I'm going where I've already been

    I'm going down the drain, again

    Head carrier
    Head carrier
    Is this really worth it?
    I got a prison cough
    A three-headed monster cut Denny's head right off
    You can't be too chill
    You can't be too zen

    I'm going down the drain, again
    I'm going down the drain, again
    I'm going down the drain, again

    Up the hill to have him killed and he still hadn't died
    He talked a while and walked six mile down to riverside

    Head carrier
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    Head carrier Writer/s: CHARLES THOMPSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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