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The Lawsuits – Onion lyrics

Everybody wears a mask these days
I'm feeling more or less I'm in disarray
Everyone of you should just fade away
Give me back the dirt, you can take a ring

Caught in a hellish storm on a pontoon boat
Waves made of water, right below my throat

Every traveler wants me to serenade them
Every fool thinks sand is ground up pavement
When we're alone, you don't bother me
I like your taste to the Nth degree

Every onion started leaning on each other
Heavy weight upon your one and only mother…Who?
Tells you every deep and dark secret
Ain't got a mouth, it's still difficult to keep it from you

But It's alright now
Because you're all mine now

Every Tuesday is a tango lesson
Every move I learn's a new obsession
I'm so proud to be your live-in dream
I'm so glad you fell in love with me

The vitamins in all the food I eat
Leave me feeling so well below my seat
Age is nothing in a nursery
Wither well
Him and hell or love and me

Watch a flower bloom every now and again
Let a stranger become your new best friend
It ain't in how, but what you do to me
Send me deep into a velvet dream
You know



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