In Candy's room
There are pictures of her saviours on the wall
But to get to Candy's room
You gotta walk the darkness of Candy's hall
Strangers from the city call my baby's number
And they bring Candy toys
But when I come knocking
She smiles pretty
She knows tonight I'm gonna be Candy's boy
Well in the olden days
When the Mongolian gangs rode out on Route 9
We'd go ridin' in the rain
Running south
Way down through the pines
Weekends in the sun in that cheap motel
Down by the dynamo
We loved each other
Till there was nothin' left
And drove that old car
As hard and fast as she would go
Well like a cold wind blowing
And babe I needed you
But Candy's got a man
Who takes care of her
Better than I do
Well there's machines and there's fire
Waiting for us on the edge of town
And there's some boys for hire
And they're waitin' to blow me and Candy down
It's alright 'cause they can't touch us now, babe, you see
But I know in the end that I will forever be Candy's boy
Songs To Orphans (Part 4, 4)

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