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Swap Meet is a song interpreted by Nirvana, released on the album Bleach in 1989.

Swap Meet lyrics

They lead a lifetime that is comfortable
They travel far to keep their stomachs full
They make their living off of arts and crafts
The kind with seashells, driftwood and burlap

They make a deal when they come to town
The Sunday swap meet is a battle ground
She loves him more than you will ever know
He loves her more than he will ever show

Keeps his cigarettes close to his heart
Keeps her photographs close to her heart
Keep the bitterness close to the heart

They lead a lifetime that is comfortable
They travel far to keep their stomachs full
They make their living off of arts and crafts
The kind with seashells, driftwood and burlap

They make a deal when they come to town
The Sunday swap meet is a battle ground
She loves him more than he will ever know
He loves her more than he will ever show

Keeps his cigarettes close to his heart
Keeps her photographs close to his heart
Keep the bitterness close to the heart

They lead a lifetime that is comfortable
They travel far to keep their stomachs full
They make their living off of arts and crafts
The kind with seashells, driftwood and burlap

They make a deal when they come to town
The Sunday swap meet is a battle ground
She loves him more than she will ever know
He loves her more than he will ever show

Keeps his cigarettes close to his heart
Keeps her photographs close to her heart
Keep the bitterness close to the heart

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