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Andrew Bird – Oh No lyrics

In the Salsify mains
Of what was thoughtful and sad
All the calcified arhythmatists
Were doing the math.

And it would take a calculated
Blow to the head to
Blind the eyes of all the harmless
Sociopaths.
Oh, Arm in Arm we are the harmless
Sociopaths.
Oh, arm in arm with all the harmless
Sociopaths

Calcium mines you buried
Deep in your chest. Oh the
Calcium mines you buried
Deep in your chest.

Hoo-oo-oo
You're deep in a mine,
Hoo-oo-oo
A calcium mine
O-o-oh.

Let's get out of here
Past the atmosphere,
Squint your eyes and no one
Dies or goes to jail,
Past the silver bridge
Oh the silver bridge
Wearing nothing but a
One-sie and a veil.

Hoo-oo-oo
You're deep in a mine,
Hoo-oo-oo
A calcium mine
O-o-oh.

Arm in arm we are the harmless
Sociopaths.
Oh arm in arm with all the harmless
Sociopaths

In the calcium mines buried
Deep in your chest. Oh the
Calcium mines buried
Deep in your chest.

Hoo oo oo
You're deep in a mine,
Oh-no
A calcium mine
Oh-no.

So lets get out of here
Past the atmosphere,
Squint your eyes and no one
Dies or goes to jail,
Past the silver bridge
Oh the silver bridge
Wearing nothing but a
One-sie and a veil.



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