They met each other at this place called the Candy Bar He was wearing a purple t-shirt, she was wearing a leather jacker. She had a gray beanie with cat ears on They took the last train home, as they talked about music And the stars shines like rhinestones in the night - They woke up in velvet mornings Breakfast and movies Night clubs and rubies And time well spent in bed But as you know, nothing ever lasts forever Indifferent circumstances drew near And soon came, change
There was a very bright smile In my dreams and in my car tonight She's been through more than I In the past weeks she did some bloody fights I lift this glass of whiskey To the roof as we lay down to nap I love it when you finish our speech And all the beach folk clap
Flesh Flesh and bone In the dark When we're all alone
First you take a left and at the crossing You take a left again When you reach the open field, continue There you'll meet my friend She will lead you further to the bus ...
She's a holy, naked picture Or the wrong end of a gun She's a lengthy monologue Waiting to be done She's an accurate description Of each Forget-me-not All home remedies and ailments Or prescription drugs
She's the gift of life Wrapped around the promise of death As you cut up your arms On angel's hair and baby's breath
She's the war that you've been fighting While looking for peace She's an uptown lady Or a hippie if you please Don't turn off the phone, babe Don't leave me alone ...
Dance around fire Create myths Muses and heroes Weird creatures in the night Beautiful symmetrical angels Aborted children in the mud Natives in the forest, brightly feathered Wild as the stars meant us to be
She dances in a ring of fire Unchallenged, with plenty of precision Soft sanctuary for restless souls I touched her thigh and felt death's embrace