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Lullabye

This song is by Grey DeLisle and appears on the album The Small Time (2000).

There's a grey moon wheezing in a muddy sky
There's an arm that's smoking, holding up a sign
I've been swinging on a pole eight smoky hours of my life
I think it's time to kiss Los Angeles goodnight

There's a soap star smoothing out her fine lines
In the rear view mirror one jag ahead of mine
And a brown man who ain't sold an orange all summer long
I think it's time to kiss Los Angeles goodnight
I think it's time to kiss Los Angeles goodnight

There's a trade mag fueling someone's firelight
There's a dog park hosting one more fight
And a waiter holding on to what he was three years ago
I think it's time to kiss Los Angeles goodnight
Goodnight, my sweet Los Angeles, goodnight

Scrapers fall but I catch them all
Castles tumble toward the tide
Flames run wild like my sister's child
Till he's sleeping soft and quiet at her side

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