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Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)

This song is by Counting Crows and appears on the compilation DGC Rarities, Vol. 1 (1994) and on the greatest hits album Films About Ghosts: The Best Of... (2004).

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Einstein on the Beach (For an Eggman)
Albert's always sincere, he's a sensitive type
His intentions are clear, he wanna be well-liked
If everything is nothing, then are we anything?
Is it better to be better than to be anything?

And Albert's vision is blooming uncontrolled
All his wings are slowly sinking

The world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
All the king's men reappear
For an eggman, fallen off the wall
Who'll never be together again

Einstein's down on the beach staring into the sand
'Cause everything he believes in is shattered
What you fear in the night in the day comes to call anyway
We all get burned as

One more sun comes sliding down the sky
One more shadow leans against the wall

And the world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
And all the king's men reappear
For an eggman, fallen off the wall
Who'll never be together again

Albert's waiting in the sun
On a field American
For the cause of some inflated form of hit and run
Yeah

One more sun comes sliding down the sky
One more shadow leans against the wall

And the world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
And all the king's men reappear
For an eggman, fallen off the wall
Who'll never be together again

Albert's fallen on the sun
Cracked his head wide open

The world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
And all the king's men reappear
For an eggman, fallen, fallen

The world begins to disappear
The worst things come from inside here
And all the king's men reappear
For an eggman, fallen off the wall
Who'll never be together again

No never be together again
No no, never, never, never again, uh huh
What you fear in the night in the day comes to call anyway
Never, never, never again
No no, no no no no

Written by:

David Bryson Wikipedia16 / Adam Duritz Wikipedia16

annotations:

Einstein on the Beach Wikipedia16 / Albert Einstein Wikipedia16