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starmap tatoo (by the hamlet machines)


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This one's a winner. best song on gnostic disco. best hamlet machines song title ever. Nominated for best "ex-lion tamer" intro rip-off (Just Like heaven won the award)
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She said ‘one night’
You said alright
When she comes close
takes off her clothes
There’s the zodiac
From east to west
Across her back
And on her chest

She‘s got a starmap tatoo
Full of symbols
In ink so blue
And when she falls
over you
It seems all
So true
To you..

There’s the dragon
And lesser bear
Carved upon
Both her shoulders
And right under
Your blind fingers
The polar star
Feels like a scar
She’s a like freak
She’s a goddess
She makes you feel weak
And worthlesss
She’s a like a trip
On a starship
Through a beauty
Cold and empty

She’s got a starmap tatoo
And when she falls
over you
Her eyes are two
Black holes
For your soul
To fall
And fall into

She’s got a starmap tatoo
But Her lips
Feel like an eclipse
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Uploaded: Feb 27, 2007 - 03:07:24 PM
Last Updated: Feb 27, 2007 - 03:07:24 PM Last Played: Apr 29, 2019 - 04:02:18 AM
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five_extra_arms said 4509 days ago (March 14th, 2007)
Best Gnostic Disco Song
Once again you are competing with the Cure. Well, I voted for you. And BK's guitar is way ballsier than anything that came off of Pink Flag. Regardless of the results, you're in good company. How many people here have their bands mentioned in the same sentence as these greats?

Check out my latest song called Draw
cjdaley said 4505 days ago (March 18th, 2007)
but I'm not Wire's friend, like rumour has it you are! THAT's real class.

No redeeming qualities
Check out my latest song called Big Bong Theory Overture (By the Monggz)
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