Plunger

Album: Anchor Drops (2004)
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  • Gravely now we stare at indecision
    Climbing stairs for sale is insufficient

    Reading off the wall is too contagious
    We're capable of more, is that suspicious?

    Careful where you rest un-spinning
    Don't be fooled by youth
    And after all the stains have settled
    There's nowhere you're from

    Stairs are always left with limits
    Won't there be a roof?
    And as for all the change in schedule
    Compared to hear who won

    And maybe when you find it all again
    (And you will)
    Nothing's stopping, not ever here or there

    And you rarely ever find it when you need
    (You're still lookin')
    Someday, sometime, someone, somewhere
    Writer/s: BRENDAN H BAYLISS, JACOB ALLEN CINNINGER
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