Gaslight Anthem - The Patient Ferris Wheel
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The Patient Ferris Wheel Lyrics

Not tonight, not tonight
Honey, I am on fire
I can't feel a single thing but the weight of the wires

Crackin' electric like
Remember baby, we were a stone
And we would sleep where we're fallin'

We would fight about it
We'd fight about it
Then we laughed about it
And we'd ride on, ride on
Ferris wheel lights on

I'd never felt so strange
Standin' in the Jersey rain
Thinkin' about what an old man said
Maybe I should call me an ambulance

I never felt so strange
Standing in the poundin' rain
Thinking about what my mother once said
Maybe I should call me an ambulance

Not tonight, not tonight
Honey, I am on fire
If we don't come through, they're gonna bury us alive

In this great abyss
Of just what might have been
Where we can take a seat at the bar with the other broken heroes

Where they talk about it
Just talk about it
And do nothin' about it
Right on, right on
Ferris wheel lights on

I'd never felt so strange
Standin' in the Jersey rain
Thinkin' about what an old man said
Maybe I should call me an ambulance

I never felt so strange
Standing in the poundin' rain
Thinking about what mama always said
Maybe I should call me an ambulance

Carnival lights
4th of July
Boardwalk talks
In the dead of night

Always made you smile
Always made you smile
Always made you smile

these lyrics are submitted by kaan

Songwriter(s): Brian Fallon
Copyright: Emi April Music Inc., Little Eden Music
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