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This song is by Craig Cardiff and appears on the album Gingers On Barrington St. (with Rose Cousins) (2003).

And when I come home
And there's no sign of you
Out the window green grass cross the white fence
Its 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 shoebox, 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