McCombs, Cass - Love Thine Enemy Lyrics




Love thine enemy
But hate their lack of sincerity
Love thine enemy

I found this quote in a book and I thought of you
So I walked me out like a moth in the morning dew
ANd a million cigarettes later the quote reappeared
Now nothing about my love could be called insincere

Love thine enemy
But hate their lack of sincerity
Love thine enemy

Every idiot think you say speaks of Pain and Truth
Because of the beautiful way your tongue can seduce
What's behind the mountain is a mystery
That's why afar the quote I added: Sincerity

Love thine enemy
But hate their lack of sincerity
Love thine enemy

He tried to come between us like a purple ghoul
Hypocrites especially practice the golden rule
I love what you say thought sometimes it's mean
Without earthworms how else would the soil keep clean?

Love thine enemy
But hate their lack of sincerity
Love thine enemy





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  1. Phil Gallagher

    This was the first Cass McCombs song that got me... I felt he had stepped out of the envelope he was in, it feels like it has a deliberate energy level much higher and direct than the other tunes on Humour Risk, and others I had heard from him at that point. He openly asked us to have a dance (or rock out or something) when they played this at the Brudenell Social Club, he knew it was one of those :) We were happy to oblige. Really awaesome guy. lovely band. Great music.

  2. gorgo66

    sister ray

  3. Nevershoutapril

    I heard this song through pandora :)