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Pinback – Lyon lyrics

I'm headed to the ditch
To take my fifteenth leap
Gonna be out of touch
Once I carry our legs
Backward sweeps the tide

I'd take you to the bridge
But the bridge has seen better days.
I'd take you out to the park.
We don't know who's working there tonight.

Pave the way for the Manta-Ray
Pave the way for the Manta-Ray

I wish that you were here
We'd have a tea party to celebrate
Drive a cop car into the lake
Hold our breath for two long boring days

(Pave) Sometimes wish (the) there was
(way) a slide out (for the) my window.
(Manta-Ray)
Sometimes wish there was a flume ride at Wonderland.
(Pave) That way, (the) no one's gonna
(way) steal your (for the) wallet
(Manta-Ray)
Buried in the sand under your blanket.

(Pave) Sometimes wish (the) there was
(way) a slide out (for the) my window.
(Manta-Ray)
Sometimes wish there was a flume ride at Wonderland.
(Pave) That way, (the) no one's gonna
(way) steal your (for the) wallet
(Manta-Ray)
Buried in the sand under your blanket.

(Move her out of that)
(Move her out of that)
(Move her out of that) hot burning sun.
(Move her out of that)


And (move) I'll take you, (her out)
Take you with me (hot burning sun)
To the deep end.
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