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Once there was an Inca Queen
She gazed at her sundial
All around her workers raised
Golden idols to her smile
The waiting years weren't hard to see
Behind the tears of Mercury

She spoke of silver from the sky
And many floating safety boats
To pick them up when they would fly
Far above their dreams and hopes
And they a mountain city raised
Where their queen above the clouds
Could watch out

Inca Queen has
Inca Queen has
Inca Queen has come
Inca Queen has
Inca Queen has
Inca Queen has come

Out in the jungle
The drums were heard
Inca Queen has come
From the biggest elephant
To the smallest bird
Inca Queen has come
She spoke of silver from the sky
Inca Queen has come
To pick them up when they would fly
Inca Queen has come

Once there was an Inca Queen
She gazed at her sundial
All around her workers raised
Golden idols to her smile
And though the air was thin and cold
Soon the day would come
The queen had told

Inca Queen has
Inca Queen has
Inca Queen has come



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