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Martha Wainwright – Factory
Sunday August 03rd 2008, 10:46 pm
Filed under: Indie Music 2005

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Martha Wainwright – Factory from Martha Wainwright (self-titled), 2005

Martha Wainwright – Factory Lyrics
These are not my people,
I should never have come here.
The chick with a dick and the gift for the gab.
I know a place.
I’ve seen a face.
I’ll take the coast from factory to factory
ah….

These nights that I’ve been all alone and,
through my window the moonlight she shone
and ah, on my walls the fire she danced
playing out my very last chance to
run, run, run, run.
Don’t look back, you’re moving fast…

I know a place.
I’ve seen a face.
I’ll take the coast from factory to factory
ah…

And there are millions and millions of people around.
On my TV, walking my streets, making sounds.
And I can walk with them I, I love them I need them, I…
But there are others I have known as poor souls, sores exposed
through the run-of-the-mill, the destitute, and the cold
and ah,
sores exposed to the blisters and shards,
where any kind of kindness is as far as the sun,
the sun, the sun, the sun.
Run, run, run, run.
I know a place.
I’ve seen a face.
And I’ll take the call from factory to factory,
ah yeah.
Oh yeah.

Run, run.

These are not my people,
I should never have come here.
Oh I know a place,
I’ve seen a face.
I’ll take the high road from factory to factory.
Ahhhh yeah.

Oh yeah.


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