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From the recording Turbononsense

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Words written by James Collett.
Music written by Allan Dawson.
Produced, recorded and performed by Allan Dawson.

Lyrics

Absolut, Sour Marie, you can't mistake the smell of life without sleep
Waiting in the clouds of urea and smoke, varnish and grease
Comfort has soured into suffocation, baby
It's bullshit Marie, ‘love', 'mate', ’son'

Wall to wall, drunk in the maze
Until the static spills from the roof of her mouth
She's got nothing but praise and she really means it to, means it to
To lower the bar for herself, don't bring it on 'coz it's on
It's on me, Marie, you'll never walk in a straight line again

The last five leaves sucked up by the fire
The last streak of symmetry is a split through a liar
A reaction to drought
Absolute balance, my dear and neither gets out
It's bullshit Marie, 'love', 'mate', ’son'

Wall to wall, drunk in the maze
Until the static spills from the roof of her mouth
She's got nothing but praise and she really means it to, means it to
To lower the bar for herself, don't bring it on, 'coz it's on
It's on me, Marie, you'll never walk in a straight line again

Grateful for my lungs, Marie
But I already thanked myself, never again, thank you!
Coz bullshit, Marie, is what you make of it
And life is what's left when the shitters are through and they'll
They’ll peel you from the walls and
Replace you with the next line, it’s whats left

Drunk in the maze
Until the static spills from the roof of her mouth
She's got nothing but praise and she really means it to, means it to
To lower the bar for herself, don't bring it on 'coz it's on
It's on me, Marie
Marie

Wall to wall, drunk in the maze
Until the static spills from the roof of her mouth
She's got nothing but praise and she really means it to, means it to
To lower the bar for herself, don't bring it on 'coz it's on
It's on me, Marie
You'll never walk in a straight line again
Marie
You'll never walk in a straight line again