Two Scenes (San Fermin)

All the little pretty girls started looking like each other Trying to find peace of mind, now you think you need a lover No time, you'll find, never worry about each other In a minute, in a minute, wanna be somebody's mother Oh, no All these little pretty boys with their toys blowing bubbles Find a girl you can twirl and never minding any troubles In a while, with a smile, it will all turn into rubble In a minute, in a minute, you can give without a struggle Oh, no Try to remember sometimes That you're skin and bone Make it harder on ourselves Than it needs to be And I can't remember the last time That changed anything It's always been life or death to me That's how it needs to be It's overwhelming sometimes When you're all alone And you can't tell if you're floating or falling out of place Like the astronaut calls a little dot a home Like he can tell from outer space Try to remember sometimes this is how it all proceeds And as you go, you see it differenly than you used to see And all you can do is try to reconcile the ways you help me feel With all the things you know you need Do well to remember sometimes that you're skin and bone Make it harder on ourselves than it needs to be And I can't remember the last time that it changed anything at all It's always been life or death to me, that's how it ought to be And all these girls, they will be mothers It starts by being someone's lover