BEAU GOLDEN (1565 / Earth, USA, California, Los Angeles, Van Nuys, Balboa blvd)
A turtle rarely peeks out of his shell
Don't want my neurosis I want to be well
It's dawning on me as i drive in the rain
I'm all alone once again
I'm a turtle who rarely looks out of his shell
I don't want to go crazy i want to get well
I don't want to find myself is a bore
I don't want to be alone again anymore
In the dark of the night when I'm out of your sight
And you're dreaming of faceless young men
Keep my name in your head
Think of words that I've said
And our hearts can be bound once again
A turtle who creates mellifluous tone
should not sit in silence should not be alone
I am wretched with disdain
I am all alone again
I cannot escape this turtleman in pain
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