Plainclothes Man Lyrics

Heatmiser


publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Steven Paul Smith
album: Track 2 in album Mic City Sons
release date: 1996-10-15
popularity : 5 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock Pop
styles: Alternative Rock/Acoustic/Indie Rock
length: 3:28

Cover Art

Heatmiser Mic City Sons cover art
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You're everybody's second home
Always trying to get me alone
An easy way to lose it all
Always there when all else fails
Over by the west side rails

But I don't really need that now
I never really did anyhow
I only really needed alcohol
Something that'd treat me okay
And wouldn't say the things you'd say

Please turn out the light
I get a sick confusion headache
Trying to figure out who's right

Dreaming on the silver strand
Waking up to plainclothes man
You little bastard, little boy in blue
Someone's gonna get to you
And **** up everything you do

He's so unhappy inside
He's serious with everyone
And he thinks he'll win you with his angry kiss
Acting like he has no needs
Wanting you to watch him bleed

Made for each other bet you pay me any mind
Just goes to show my continual decline
They say that I'll recover my love of her once in a while
But I don't know
I don't think so

There's something that I'll tell you now
Now that no one else is around
The sort of lesson that I learned from you
Not quite the way you planned
But I know you'll understand

Someone takes a photograph
A picture while their sweetheart laughs
A perfect moment in a flash of light
Counting back from three till one
That's exactly what you've done

And I'm so
Unsurprised
I remember, I remember why I dream in black and white
Goes to show my continual decline
They say that I'll recover
My love of her
Once in a while
But I don't know
I don't think so
I don't think so


Track Listing


CD 1
  • 1 Get Lucky
  • 2 Plainclothes Man
  • 3 Low-Flying Jets
  • 4 Rest My Head Against the Wall
  • 5 The Fix Is In
  • 6 Eagle Eye
  • 7 Cruel Reminder
  • 8 You Gotta Move
  • 9 Pop in G
  • 10 Blue Highway
  • 11 See You Later
  • 12 Half Right