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Night Ranger – My Elusive Mind lyrics

I've got to tie a few loose ends
Apologize to all my friends
I really did it bigtime
Slam-danced on a land mine
I hope you're alright my dear
Sorry 'bout the chandelier
The party was just beginning
Man I was Tarzan swinging
I won't pretend that someone
Spiked my beer

There's a world around the corner
In my elusive mind
Wrong way down a one way highway
It's Sunday all the time
All the time

Morning hit me like a stone
Someone shoot the telephone
Sounds like Beelzebub singing
Sounds like church bells ringing
The theme song to "The Twilight Zone"

There's a world around the corner
In my elusive mind
Wrong way down a one way highway
It's Sunday all the time
I'm on permanent vacation
Where the weather is just fine
Chasing sunshine and tornadoes
And my elusive mind
All the time
I'll be fine

I know a girl her name is Mona
In my elusive mind
She phones from Tucson, Arizona
Where the weather is just fine
She said she'd maybe try and help out
If she has the time
Gimme back my four track and my self-doubt

Yeah yeah yeah
Running down that rusty road to Zion
Ain't no use trying to rely on
My elusive
My elusive
My elusive... mind



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