Nitrogen Pink (Polly Scattergood)

Nitrogen Pink and a whole load of Wednesdays They're these sweet rotting memories That keep you alive Nitrogen Pink please Throw me a moment just to Get my composure and to Stamp on a fly And the boys had they're pearls And the girls had to backs And everybody was laughing at you Singing isn't it, isn't it, isn't it Such a funny old world the way tragedy strikes Nitrogen Pink and a whole load of Wednesdays They're these sweet rotting memories That keep you alive Nitrogen Pink please throw me a moment just to Get my composure and to stamp on a fly And the blind man was seeing clouds all grey Until the weather man blew his rain away And nobody, nobody, nobody make a sound Nitrogen pink and a pill for my breakfast And a bag full of ketchup that he spilt on his tie Nitrogen pink for the unwritten bible About this mad mad days survival Till he kicked it up in the flames And all the education daddy It never paid Because the fat man took my innocence away And I though and I thought and I thought You said all the streets were paved with gold Nitrogen pink for the real captain redbeard For the unlikely pianist The sad and the gay Nitrogen pink for the man in the corner For the pig in the slaughter house The sweet melody Played slot machines got so rich then we lost it Found a hole in my pocket Crack a smile and were ok That long drive home Nothing much ever after Nothing hurts me more than laughter Man I wish you could be here Nitrogen Pink and a whole load of Wednesdays They're these sweet rotting memories That keep you alive Nitrogen Pink please Throw me a moment just to Get my composure and to Wave you good bye