Cassandra

CASSANDRA

O Cassandra
I sit and listen to the radio (oh oh)
I think about the time I stood you up
I didn’t know that you were going home
(She’s going to leave tonight)

Oh Cassandra
I left you crying at the stadium (whoa no)
Now she’s flying back to Tokyo
She won’t be screaming in the crowd at the show
(She’s going to be leaving this town tonight)

And her name is Cassandra (her name is Cassandra)
Sometimes I hear her breathing down the telephone
(Cassandra)
Her name’s Cassandra
Her name’s Cassandra
And I can’t stand to let her go

Oh Cassandra
I wish that you and I could have just one more night
I bought a ticket to your aeroplane
I didn’t make it to the gate on time

Oh Cassandra
I drove as fast as my Camaro would let go-oh
And after running every single light
I’m still a minute and half too slow
(She’s going to leave this town tonight)

And her name is Cassandra (her name is Cassandra)
Sometimes I hear her breathing down the telephone
(Cassandra)
Her name’s Cassandra

And her name is Cassandra (her name is Cassandra)
Sometimes I hear her breathing down the telephone
(Cassandra)

You know I’m out of time
That’s right I’m out of time
And I am out of time
And I am out of time
She’s says she’ll leave this town tonight
She’s says she’ll leave this town tonight

And her name is Cassandra (her name is Cassandra)
Sometimes I hear her breathing down the telephone
(Cassandra)
Her name’s Cassandra
Her name’s Cassandra
And I can’t stand to let her go

And her name is Cassandra (her name is Cassandra)
Sometimes I hear her breathing down the telephone
(Cassandra)
Her name’s Cassandra
Her name’s Cassandra
And I can’t stand to let her go

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Crack open the time capsule and witness the anachronistic glory that is the Galvatron’s debut film clip: Cassandra. This is glam rock at it’s best. Forget David Lee Roth’s questionable chest hair, I want to plaster this guy all over my walls:

Note

Lyrics are faithfully reproduced from the CD insert of the Galvatrons Album Laser Graffiti. They have NOT been edited for content, spelling, grammar, or layout… as much as I might have wanted to!

All lyrics remain property of the composing artist(s).

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~ by ghostwolfe on July 28, 2009.

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