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​The Master And The Margarita

This song is by The Tea Party and appears on the album The Interzone Mantras (2001).

So now that your faith's gone, who you going to trust?
Now that your conscience is crawling in the dust
I've been meaning to tell you, sister
I've been meaning to tell you all

I'm carved from the chaos, sustained by its reprise
And I've introduced myself for centuries
And I've been meaning to tell you, sister
About the master and margarita
You fuel the addiction, you suckle its disease

And it drags you down
It drags you down
It drags you down
It drags you down
Please don't turn around

You're broken and battered, you've tried with all amain
You're weaned by distraction, your story stays the same
I've been meaning to tell you, sister
About the master and margarita
But walking through raindrops, it fuels its own disdain

And it drags you down
(And all you needed was an open invitation)
It drags you down
(You said yourself, you said you craved the complications)
It drags you down
(You know the one who made you make the dedication)
It drags you down
(You'd sell yourself, you'd sell your soul)
Please don't turn around

And you drag me down
(And all you needed was an open invitation)
You drag me down
(You said yourself, you said you craved the complications)
You drag me down
(You know the one who made you make the dedication)
You drag me down
(You'd sell yourself, you'd sell your soul)
You drag me down
(And all you needed was an open invitation)
You drag me down
(You said yourself, you said you craved the complications)
You drag me down
(You know the one who made you make the dedication)
You drag me down
(You'd sell yourself, you'd sell your soul
Please don't turn around
Please don't turn around
Please don't turn around
Please don't turn around
Please don't turn around
Please don't turn around
Please don't turn around

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The Tea Party