Versuri Beardfish - Where The Rain Comes In
There's no sound from where the rain gets in I'd mend it but I don't know where to begin drip-drop on the floor from the windowsill all is still A small dirty nest on the third floor of an apartment building on lone street, opressionville There's alway music in the air but time stands still In this old building nothing is safe I always go for a smoke once or twice on the balcony each day but today the antique reinforcement bar carved so I fell... six metres to the ground... I lost my breath all is still The sky is big and blue, almost surreal But deep space is always black on my TV It's supposed to be out there Behind all that blue shimmer somewhere... (Twinkle, twinkle - you twinkle light) In my hospital bed I'm riding out the inner turmoil of a drug cocktail the white-coats gave me I realize I'm in severe need of a new sheriff up north Gotta get those priorities straight, man... can't be fooling around any longer, man! You're not 20 years old any more... ... should I quit smoking perhaps? And maybe I could get my hands on one of those things that keep people occupied. whaddaya call'em... - you mean jobs? - yeah, jobs, that's it, a daytime job! I'm done with this bullshit! I'm playing, but nobody's paying... Falling of balconies just because I need a break from the music... Well, here's the big break for you... I quit When graced by death I stood the test Found that in this place where I rest everything is too still The life that I've chosen I go to it like a duck to water But beyound the horizon there's a big, big world and I think I want to see it after all...