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​Carbon Monoxide

This song is by Regina Spektor and appears on the album Soviet Kitsch (2004) and on the EP Live At Bull Moose EP (2005).

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Carbon monoxide,
Soon I'll go to sleep.
If I don't got my socks on right,
They slide right off of my feet.

As I, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk,
Walk-a, walk, walk-a, walk, walk-a, walk.

Carbon monoxide,
As I take you home.
First time I get my socks on right,
But I don't have a gas mask on.

As I walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a
Walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk you home, yeah.
I'm so cool, I'm so cool, I'm so cool.
Walk-a, walk-a, walk,
Walk-a, walk-a, walk,
Walk, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk-a, walk you home, yeah.
I'm so cool, I'm so cool, I'm so cool.

Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,

Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy.

Carbon monoxide,
Soon we'll go to sleep.
No one will notice we're gone,
'Cause we don't have a job to keep.

They'll just say that we're being lazy,
Sex crazed, sex crazed-azy.
They'll just say we're living our whole life in bed,
And we'll be in bed, but we'll be oh-so-very-much.

Dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a,
Dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, d-dead, yeah.
But we're so cool, we're so cool, we're so cool.
Dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a,
Dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, dead-a, d-d-dead, dead.
But we're still cool, we're still cool, we're still cool.

Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, come on,
Come on, Daddy,

Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,

Come on, Daddy,
Come on, Daddy,
Come on, come on,
Come on, come on,
Come on, come on.

Carbon monoxide,
Carbon monoxide.

Written by:

Regina Spektor

Notes Edit

In live shows, "We're still cool" is sometimes sung for certain lines in place of "We're so cool", and vice versa. Additionally, "Come on, Daddy" is sometimes repeated once more instead of "Come on / Come on" near the song's end.