Here He Comes (Confessions Of A Drunken Marionette) (Album Version)

Here He Comes (Confessions Of A Drunken Marionette) (Album Version)

The Wallflowers

Here comes your drunken marionette
Dragging his mess of threads
There at the bar pulling smoke to his lungs
He says, "Who will ignore me when you're gone?"

Now come on lift me up
I wanna dance by your tin cup
A tower of beauty with a split in your tongue
"Who will ignore me when you're gone"
He says, "who will ignore me when you're gone?"

Here he comes
Here he comes
Be still the wooden heart
that wouldn't ever part,
with the drunken marionette

Been mainlining bad thoughts
Been drinking things I wish I'd not
Intoxicated with sad songs
"Who will forgive you when I'm gone?"

They sing Auld Lang Syne
I've got mutiny on my mind
A guilty conscience means at least you've got one
"Who will forgive you when I'm gone?"
He says, "who will forgive you when I'm gone?"

Here he comes
Here he comes
Be still the wooden heart,
that wouldn't ever part
Who's waiting on a spark that hasn't happened yet
For the drunken marionette

carry on and turn the lights low when you go
in the hours left
I hope you feel the things that I know I won't

what you give is what you get
These days I worry about your debt
Who carries evil out, evil will come
"Who will defend you when I'm gone"
He says, "who will defend you when I'm gone?"

here he comes
here he comes
Be still the wooden heart,
that wouldn't ever part
Who's waiting on a spark
that hasn't happened yet
Here he comes
here he comes
Be still the wooden heart,
that wouldn't ever part
Who's waiting on a spark
That hasn't happened yet
for the drunken marionette

Written by DYLAN, JAKOB
Published by EMI Music Publishing

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