I’m a lonesome operator
With a loose grasp on the daylight
You must ‘ve known sooner or later
I was bound to break away
I just cannot believe how far
You let me go
All the way to that empty R.V. park
Outside Los Alamos

The sunset she glows fluorescent over
Los Alamos
Hiding something strange below
Hiding inside a dead volcano
Working on the human genome
And the ranger says there ain’t no
He says there ain’t no turning back now
He says you’re gonna see your house
Your face, your very soul
Turn into nothing that you know
Nothing is ever gonna be the same
After that
Well I don’t know, I don’t know

I hear someday the gods are coming home
Los Alamos
And I’d like to be there on that day

What a day, what a day, what a day, what a day
When the gods come home
To Los Alamos
How everything that’s empty will be full
Everyone will be gone
To Los Alamos
Something waiting
Something terrible
I know
Nothing will ever be the same