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The Strokes – Under Cover Of Darkness, from the album Angles.

Fine work.

Lyrics after the jump….

Slip back out of whack,
At your best.
It’s a nightmare,
So I’m joining the army.

Know how folks back out,
I’ll still call.
Will you wait for me now?

We’ve got the right to live, fight to use it,
Got everything and you can just choose it,
I won’t just be a puppet on a string.

Don’t go that way.
I’ll wait for you.

And I’m tired of all your friends Listening at your door
And I want,
What’s better for you.
So long, my friend
And adversary.
Oh, but I’ll wait for you.

Get dressed, jump out of bed
You do it best.
Are you OK?
I’ve been out around this town Everybody’s singing the same song for ten years.

I’ll wait for you.
Will you wait for me too?

And they sacrifice their lives, And they’re lying about those odds.
Oh they’ve said it a billion times,
And they’ll say it again.
So long, my adversary
And friend.

Don’t go that way.
I’ll wait for you.

I’m tired of all your friends, Knocking down your door.
Get up in the morning and give it your all.

So long, my friend
And adversary.

Oh I’ll wait for you.

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