Grounded
Pavement Lyrics


Doctor's leaving for the holiday season
Got crystal ice picks, no gift for the gab
And in the parking lot, is the sedan he bought
He never, he never complains when it's hot

He foaled a swollen daughter in the sauna playing contract bridge
They're soaking up the fun or doing blotters I don't know which, which, which
Boys are dying on these streets

I know the medical world could knock you out
To sell the coins that you jayed last Thursday, hey
Dine by candlelight, and hold your savings tight
You never, you never know when the bridge falls apart

He spoke of latent causes, sterile gauzes, and the bedside morale
He traipse around the table talking sentences so incomplete, plete, plete
Boys are dying on these streets

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Written by: STEPHEN MALKMUS

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Lyrics:

Doctor's leaving for the holiday season
Got crystal ice picks, no gift for the gab
And in the parking lot, is the sedan he bought
He never, he never complains when it's hot

He foaled a swollen daughter in the sauna playing contract bridge
They're soaking up the fun or doing blotters I don't know which, which, which
Boys are dying on these streets

I know the medical world could knock you out
To sell the coins that you jayed last Thursday, hey
Dine by candlelight, and hold your savings tight
You never, you never know when the bridge falls apart

He spoke of latent causes, sterile gauzes, and the bedside morale
He traipse around the table talking sentences so incomplete, plete, plete
Boys are dying on these streets



VanquishinGrace

Doctor's leaving for the holiday season
Got crystal ice picks, no gift for the gab
And in the parking lot, is the sedan he bought
He never, he never complains when it's hot

He foaled a swollen daughter in the sauna playing contract bridge
They're soaking up the fun or doing blotters I don't know which, which, which
Boys are dying on these streets

I know the medical world could knock you out
To sell the coins that you jayed last Thursday, hey
Dine by candlelight, and hold your savings tight
You never, you never know when the bridge falls apart

He spoke of latent causes, sterile gauzes, and the bedside morale
He traipse around the table talking sentences so incomplete, plete, plete
Boys are dying on these streets



Sudhamshu Narayan

Doctor's leaving for the holiday season
Got crystal ice picks, no gift for the gab
And in the parking lot, is the sedan he bought
He never, he never complains when it's hot

He foaled a swollen daughter in the sauna playing contract bridge
They're soaking up the fun or doing blotters I don't know which, which, which
Boys are dying on these streets

I know the medical world could knock you out
To sell the coins that you jayed last Thursday, hey
Dine by candlelight, and hold your savings tight
You never, you never know when the bridge falls apart

He spoke of latent causes, sterile gauzes, and the bedside morale
He traipse around the table talking sentences so incomplete, plete, plete
Boys are dying on these streets



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Berlin Saint Clair

My Mom was dying of a rare type of cancer called Carcencoid Syndrome during this time and this song truly got me thru. I took care of her as the child caring for the parent. Always been a huge Pavement fan and this song got me thru so often.
'He spoke of latent causes, sterile gauzes and the bedside morale"
"he traipses around the table talking sentences so incomplete. Dying on these streets..."
Pavement helped me through the 90s when she was sick. They brought me up so much and spoke to me...
She passed on March 11, 2000.

David S “Slewis” Lavictoire

This was our song, Cam. Playing it now to remember you. RIP.

Biffler

this simple statement made me cry. I'm sorry for your loss :(

Cam Peace-Hall

This kinda vibes me out tbh

D. b.

Thanks Alex

zinxderobo

My friend Cameron turned me on to pavement late 90s. This song hits me hard. I hope you're well out there friend.

Baybolet

I've 1 pal I have acclimatised to Pavement, over time. Would be so special to have a legit Pavement pal and to lose them.. :// Thinking of youx

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David S “Slewis” Lavictoire

Probably the best song ever recorded. Rest in Peace Cameron.

Stu Harris

@David Vasey Damn.

Cemetery Driver

im so sorry for your loss

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