2009/1/28 リリース
Spent some time feelin' inferior
Standing in front of my mirror
Combed my hair in a thousand ways
But I came out lookin' just the same
Daddy said, "Son
You better see the world
I wouldn't blame you
If you wanted to leave
But remember one thing
Don’t lose your head
To a woman that'll spend your bread"
So I got out

Paris was a place you could hide away
If you felt you didn't fit in
But French police
Wouldn’t give me no peace
They claimed I was a nasty person
Down along the Left Bank mindin' my own
Was knocked down by a human stampede
Got arrested for incitin' a peaceful riot
When all I wanted was a cup of tea
I was accused

I moved on
Down in Rome I wasn't gettin' me none
Of the things that keep a young man alive
My body stunk but kept my funk
At a time when I was right out of luck
Cettin’ desperate, indeed I was, yeah
Lookin’ like a tourist attraction
Oh my dear, I better get out of here
For the Vatican don't give no sanction
I wasn't ready for that, no no
I moved right on east, listen

On the Peking ferry I was feeling merry
Sailing on my way back here
I fell in love with a slit-eyed lady
By the light of an eastern moon
Shanghai Lil never used the pill
She claimed that it just ain't natural
She took me up on deck and bit my neck
Oh people, I was glad I found her
Oh this man I was glad I found her

Wait a minute
I firmly believed that I
Didn’t need anyone but me
I sincerely thought I was so complete
Look how wrong you can be
The woman I’ve known
I wouldn't let tie my shoe
They wouldn't give you the time of day
But the slit-eyed lady
Knocked me off my feet
God, I was so glad I found her

And if there were words
I could tell to you
To help you on the way down the road
I couldn't quote you no Dickens
Shelly or Keats
'Cause it's all been said before
Make the best out of a bad joke

And laugh it off, ha
You didn't ask to come here anyway
So remember

Every picture tells a story, don't it

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