Starbright Park lyrics

by

Quantum Jump


August at our elbow, like a sandy b*tch on heat
Mongols at the window, beaming in defeat
We knew the world was out there, whoring in the wheat
And we thought we all were children

Aztecs in the market for a Barry Gabardine
Filling up old Kodaks in the Terrapin Ravine
We drew a little confort from a terrible routine
And we thought we all were children

Kathy, we were all wrong
Driving in the dark
Moby and America said their au revoirs
Oh in Starbright Park (yeah)

Rabble on the turnpike from the city of St. John
Kathy in a raincoat, ready to be gone
And we thought we all were children (Kathy we were all wrong)

Me and Moriarty taking turns behind the wheel
Anybody out there? Anybody real?
And we thought we all were children

Kathy, we were all wrong
Driving in the dark
Moby and America said their au revoirs
Oh in Starbright Park (yeah)

Let us be lovers, we'll marry our fortunes
We smoked the last ones an hour ago
Oh I'm empty and I'm aching and it's all I've ever known
And we thought we all were children
Kathy I'm alone

Full of codeine and remorse
And we thought we all were children
Children of divorce
Quote: "living is a horizontal fall"
And we thought we all were children
Listen to me

Kathy, we were all wrong
Driving in the dark
Moby and America said their au revoirs
Oh in Starbright Park (yeah)
All gone to look for America
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