Lassie Come Home Lyrics – Alphaville

Lassie Come Home Lyrics – Alphaville

Lassie Come Home Lyrics:

Lonely boy gazing on the afternoon
People drifting across the surface of the twilight day
There’s a
Little
Yellow
Man, standing by the railway station
Painting portraits on the brickwalls of
Billie
Holloway
Lovely
Lady
S
.M
.I
.L
.E.
Dance, my dear,
I’m only operating on
“Lassie
Come
Home”
“This was authentic you” she spoke,
“This was authentic you who blew me cold”
He had no chance to realise, it hit her straight between the eyes
So
I’ve been told
In the park, she’s giving out some photographs
On which she’s giving out some photos of what she hands around
“They video’d a ghost tonight”, she said before
I turned it out
“It rode an orange paper-bike, and left without a sound”
Keep on riding,
Sir
Open up the door and shout it out:
“Lassie
Come
Home,
Come
Home!”
“This was authentic you?”, she spoke,
“This was authentic you who blew, who blew me cold”
I had no chance to realise, it hit her straight between the eyes
So
I’ve been told
Lonely girl, dancing in the music hall,
Lightning struck her silver starship and turned it into stone.
And now it’s falling all the time into that void beyond her grey eyes.
Somewhere a telephone is ringing, but nobody’s at home.
Hello,
Junkie-Sweetheart,
Listen now this is your
Captain calling:
Your
Captain is dead.”
Keep on riding,
Sir, open up the door and shout it out – shout it out…
Lassie
Come
Home –
Lassie
Come
Home –
Lassie
Come
Home
Lassie
Come
Home…

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