Dead Horses - Turntable Lyrics

In the arms of a lover, in the arms of your son
You lay your head heavy, you're the only one
Won't you sit for a while? Won't you rest yourself?
You know, it ain't such a shame to have lost yourself
You know, it ain't such a shame to have lost yourself
[Verse 2]
Three years and a bottle of cheap red wine
All my sacred sins and all your dirty lies
And I ride, and I ride, and I ride, and I ride
Keep riding even when I don't know why
I keep riding even when I don't know why
[Chorus]
Oh, she said, if my heart was a turntable
And my belly was a speaker and my soul a needle
Oh, she said, if my heart was a turntable
And my belly was a speaker and my soul a needle
[Verse 3]
Oh, meet me by the garden where the flowers bloom
Where the trees stretch and wrap themselves around you
When they fill you up till you don't know what to do
On a winter's night when everything is new
On a winter's night when everything is new
[Chorus]
Oh, she said, if my heart was a turntable
And my belly was a speaker and my soul a needle
Oh, she said, if my heart was a turntable
And my belly was a speaker and my soul a needle