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​Very Friendly Lighthouses

This song is by Vic Chesnutt and appears on the album Left To His Own Devices (2001).

I hope that you are through and
You knew what you were doing
You proved what you were proving
And it was sort of soothing to see
I couldn't say that it was new to me
Guess you could say it but yours grew on me,
I venture not a purer thing you'd ever really want to even see.

Motorboating through our lives, only gradually gaining rudimentary
Navigational skills And even sometimes offended by very friendly
Lighthouses, very friendly lighthouses

You've really got your groove on! You even donned a fru-fru-frock!
But now that you have moved on I'll process priceless memories.
I should've seen that you were stewing
I was absent when you blew in,
By the time I knew it, it was already in full fabulous swing

Motorboating through our lives, only gradually gaining rudimentary
Navigational skills And even sometimes offended by very friendly
Lighthouses, very friendly lighthouses

Here's hoping that you grew some,
You'd think that it would do something!
You certainly were gruesomely before I went away.

Motorboating through our lives, only gradually gaining rudimentary
Navigational skills And even sometimes offended by very friendly
Lighthouses, very friendly lighthouses