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Glassjaw – Trailer Park Jesus lyrics

Put the needle to the record and hit me with your style
Soon enough, I'll learn to unload my mouth
Can you feel it's getting blacker, the vibe up in this place?
When I displaced, what made me turn my face?

I can't wait, I can't wait

I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, atom bomb

It was quite a dirty habit, when the last thing I do
Has a swine sewn, down Martyr Avenue
Am I driftwood or hosanna? A knee-deep in disease
I'm the body laid a 9 on my sleeve

I'm a bitch girl, I'm a bitch

I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, atom bomb
I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, atom bomb

I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, killed a shark
I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, atom bomb

Denial is a river in Egypt, division is a reunion in the south
Soon enough I'll learn to
Denial is a river in Egypt, allusive as the communion in my mouth
Soon enough I'll learn to

I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, atom bomb
I jumped ship to a burning sow
Had a ball, atom bomb

Tell the one about the man who dug
Holes so deep, he lost sight of his word



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