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6th Floor

This song is by Spirit of the West and appears on the album Faithlift (1993).

At the corner of Elm and Northeast Houston
Staring up at the Southeast window

Someone circled allegedly
I refuse to pay six bucks to see
People posing on the grassy knoll
How many was that just him and Lincoln?
I was squinting through the sun, do they count the bottom floor as 'one'?

And I phoned home from the bottom of the building with the '6th floor'
You seem unimpressed at best that I phoned home
From the bottom of the building with the '6th floor' ah-ho

Suitable for family viewing, cracked a joke about who he was screwing
Stood in the centre of a concrete square
(Human nature took me there)

Debbie did Dallas yah, so did I
Found myself taking pictures of a brown stone against a blue sky
Blue sky, oh-ho, oh-ho, oh-ho, oh-ho
Oh-ho, oh-ho

And I phoned home from the bottom of the building with the '6th floor'
You seem unimpressed at best that I phoned home
From the bottom of the building with the '6th floor'
And I phoned home from the bottom of the building with the '6th floor'
You seem unimpressed at best that I phoned home
From the bottom of the building with the '6th floor' ah-ho, oh-ho
Oh-ho, oh-ho, oh-ho, oh-hoe

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