Bull Black Nova

Album: Wilco (The Album) (2009)
  • It's in my hair, it's on my clothes
    It's in the river, over the road
    It's shining down, my angry star
    Hanging off the hood of my car
    Not going far, not going far

    It's coming down, they're coming up the shoulders
    What have they found? I wonder if they'd know
    I'm in a bull black Chevy Nova, silhouetted by the setting sun
    This can't be undone, this can't be undone

    If I am the one, blood on the sofa
    Blood in the sink, blood in the trunk
    High at the wheel of a bull black Nova
    And I'm sorry as a setting sun
    This can't be undone, can't be outrun

    It's in my hair, there's blood in the sink
    I can't calm down, I can't think
    I keep calling, there's blood in the trunk
    I can't calm down, I freak out, black outWriter/s: GLENN KOTCHE, JEFFREY SCOTT TWEEDY, JOHN CHADWICK STIRRATT, MIKAEL JORGENSEN, NELS CLINE, PAT SANSONE
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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