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All the Right Friends
All the Way to Reno
Animal
At My Most Beautiful
Bad Day
Daysleeper
E-Bow The Letter
Electrolite
Everybody Hurts
Imitation of Life
Losing My Religion
Man On The Moon
Nightswimming
Orange Crush
Stand
The Great Beyond
The Sidewinder Sleeps Tonite
What's The Frequency, Kenneth?
Nightswimming 
Nightswimming deserves a quiet night.
The photograph on the dashboard,
taken years ago,
turned around backwards so the windshield shows.
Every streetlight reveals the picture in reverse.
Still, it's so much clearer.
I forgot my shirt at the water's edge.
The moon is low tonight.

Nightswimming
deserves a quiet night.
I'm not sure all these people understand.
It's not like years ago,
The fear of getting caught,
of recklessness and water.
They cannot see me naked.
These things, they go away,
replaced by everyday.

Nightswimming,
remembering that night.
September's coming soon.
I'm pining for the moon.
And what if there were two
Side by side in orbit
Around the fairest sun?
That bright, tight forever drum
could not describe
nightswimming.

You, I thought I knew you.
You I cannot judge.
You, I thought you knew me,
this one laughing quietly
underneath my breath.
Nightswimming.

The photograph reflects,
every streetlight a reminder.
Nightswimming deserves a quiet
night, deserves a quiet night.
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