The Forces of Radio Have Dropped a Viper into the Rhythm Section

Album: Rival Factions (2007)
  • I'm analog two inch tape
    Vintage warm with a potent
    Hiss venomous memories
    Always ready to strike like this

    At your heels
    Don't you feel
    Like a trip
    Back to 96?

    Insert cassettes, then push eject
    You're flashing red
    Can't let the past stay in its cave
    It rears its head

    Insert cassettes, then push eject
    You're flashing red
    You don't expect me to rear my head
    But I'm not dead

    Like VCRs I recall
    I remember the magic
    So I can take one last trip
    Down the lane of your memory

    Till you twist
    Like a viper
    On my shins
    And then you remind me

    Insert cassettes, then push eject
    You're flashing red
    Can't let the past stay in its cave
    It rears its head

    Insert cassettes, then push eject
    You're flashing red
    You don't expect me to rear my head
    But I'm not dead

    Once long ago
    You were the hope
    But I forgot sweet
    Lock your self from me

    Insert cassettes, then push eject
    You're flashing red
    Can't let the past stay in its cave
    It rears its head

    Insert cassettes, then push eject
    You're flashing red
    You don't expect me to rear my head
    But I'm not dead
    Writer/s: ANDREW ALBERT SCHWAB, RANDY MICHAEL TORRES, STEVEN ALLEN DAIL
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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