Craig cardiff - Radio home

And when I come home
And there's no sign of you
Out the window green grass cross the white fence
It's X and Y and the blue eyed descendant

I'm sitting on a half bed
Well it don't sit too good
Nicotine, caffeine, Novocaine
Sometimes I love that chemical haze

Why am I waiting on you?
Why am I waiting at all?
Why am I waiting on you?
I don't know why you don't radio
Why don't you radio?
Why don't you radio?

I was thinking of Apollo, looking up at that last frontier
And a pigeon hit the window
Now it's down in the hedge
I'm looking at its wing
I'm looking at its neck

I'm a man with a shovel now
I'm a man with a hole to dig
Across the fence from the mouths of the idiots
Hey Jack what's that? Give the man a laugh
In a shoe box, what kind of fashion is that?


Why am I waiting on you?
Say, why am I waiting at all?
Why am I waiting on you?
I don't know why don't you radio
Don't know why don't you radio
Why don't you radio
Why don't you radio

But I'm a man in a lobby now
With magazines dating back to 1968
Man on the moon
He's a man with a shovel

How'd they get me on the cover of Time?
I'm, I wish I could remember, but I don't
What did I bury up there, what's fuck, wait a minute, hey
Neil who? Arm what?
Why don't the names match up?
Tag says this, that says that

Novacaine, thorozine, valium
Nurse, gather Nurse do it and don't do that
I'm due back, due back on a

Why am I waiting on you?
Say, why am I waiting at all?
Why am I waiting on you?
I don't know why don't you radio
Why don't you radio?
Why don't you radio?

Writers: Scott Merritt

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