The Crystal Lake
Grandaddy Lyrics


Should never have left the crystal lake.
For parties full of folks who flake,
Italian leather winter games
Retired by the duraflames.
The crystal lake it only laughs,
It knows you're just a modern man,
It's shining like a chandelier,
Shining somewhere far away from here.

I've gotta get out of here...
And find my way again.
I've lost my way again.

Should never have left the crystal lake,
For areas where trees are fake,
And dogs are dead with broken
Hearts, collapsing by the coffee carts.
The crystal lake it only laughs,
It knows you're just a modern man,
It's shining like a chandelier,
Shining somewhere far away from here.

I've gotta get out of here...
And find my way again.
I've lost my way again.

Lyrics © DOMINO PUBLISHING COMPANY
Written by: JASON LYTLE

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Comments from YouTube:

Traci Sims

Probably one of the most remarkable albums in my collection....

Erik Moens

Try the Dutch band "Spinvis"

Andrew Mclaren

it ages like a fine wine, it gets better.

Lexie DaMoose

I should never have left the Crystal Lake.

Jack h

You can find a new one my friend

David Cummings

Being 35 in 2000 when this came out, at the end of that year on listening to this track ... I thought to my self that lyrics are so metaphoric in the context of my life ... What a great piece of music.

Cabaret Ray

Indeed

Daniel Gustafsson

Yes

Jack

This is one of the best music I have found since ages. I need to find my way again.

:thinking:

the crystal lake, it only laughs /
it knows you're just a modern man

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