Antenna

Album: The Eternal (2009)
  • My darling cruises the streets for pleasure
    Skyscrapers in the dead love dawn
    Throbbing blood mind selfless creature
    Forever your's and then she's gone
    Radios play nothing, when she's far away
    TV antenna nothing gone to waste
    Radio transmitting nowhere falls away,
    She's far away

    Every corner a creeping panic
    Freak lighting in her abstract mind
    Rubber stamps and dreams of cash flow
    Wild blood, ecstatic crime
    Radio's play nothing when she's far away
    TV antenna rusting, gone to waste
    Radio transmitting nowhere it falls away,
    She's far away

    Every day I feel more like her
    Street magic in the burning dawn
    Out for blood my selfless lover
    Forever your's and then she's gone
    Radio's play nothing when she's far away
    TV antenna nothing gone to waste
    Radio transmitting nowhere it falls away,
    She's far away
    It falls away
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