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Klaus Flouride - Ships Upon The Bay Lyrics

  • The bridges are all closed
  • The cars both ways are stalled
  • If the wrong voice answers the question
  • The parole board gets a call
  • The operator's lucky
  • A very lucky girl
  • The welfare's rising steadily
  • And housing starts are down
  • Auto sales, dismal
  • This is a shrinking town
  • The police are oh so busy
  • And why not
  • Well the crisis wasn't the Gulf
  • Or the lack of steady heat
  • But unfolded in the canyons
  • And the pits of old Wall Street
  • It happened on a Sunday
  • Do*Do*Run*Run
  • An orchestra continued
  • To perform Pete's Pathetique
  • It's too bad that the museum
  • Well it up and died last week
  • I saw a lovely painting
  • "Ships Upon the Bay"
  • It sent a chill through the system
  • I sent a letter through the mail
  • I sent some kids to foreign places
  • I sent a mother off to jail
  • It was such a silly notion
  • It surely had to fail
  • The last one called
  • In the middle of the night...
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