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Ordinary Moth Parts (All In A Row)

Ordinary Moth Parts -------- Copyright © 1994, 2003 Christine Anderson

The doctor walks in and confesses his sin to the nurses
The priest was released for addressing the clergy in curses
And Iím still in bed with the bump on my head that I got when I fell down the stairs
I threw myself down cuz youíve not been around, and I donít like our state of affairs

Yet Iíve not succeeded to show you Iím needed, my love goes unheeded again
I feel like youíve left me, a moth on a sill. And Iím breaking up in the wind.
Whereís the connection? I need your affection. This isnít the way things should be
The parts of my heart have been broken apart and Iíve lined them up for you to see

All in a row, all in row
Ordinary moth parts
All in a row

I guess I admit I donít think youíre legit, and it raises the burden of proof
And yes I confess that I tend to obsess, but Iíve started to guess at the truth
I know you like drinks and Iíve started to think
That you picked up some minx at the bar
I can picture you there with your hands in her hair and her lipstick around your cigar
Iíve bet youíve got women

All in a row, all in a row
Ordinary women
All in a row

Iíll end it for me; itís come such a degree out of hand
That Iím gonna go insane; I've gotta end the pain
And babe I gotta end it fast as I can
Iíve got bullets... Theyíre

All in a row, all in a row,
Just ordinary bullets
Baby I told you so!
Theyíre just all in a row, all in a row
Just like ordinary moth parts
All in a row
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