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Why can the bodies fly (mike vanguard and ed yonder, lyrics by i. gaim) copyright control 1982 phonogram g.m.b.h.

Atomism is a way / in the crowded world today /little dancing tendr child / why have all your dreams gone by

I took them in a tower / where all the big black flowers / died in a dreadful horror / when they heard the ghastly hour

Why can the bodies fly / without a laugh (we killed it) / i am lost in darkest woods / without a moon (they killed it)

Starless night, deathful night / ghosts are walking in the tropics / like the shadows making terror / on the morrow of the sun

I pushed them in a tomb / where all the godly mob / dried of insolently gush / cause everybody was a lush [yes that's exactly how it reads]

Why can the bodies fly / without a laugh (we killed it) / i am lost in darkest woods / without a moon (they killed it)

Black flowers / thrown in my way of power / crushing the diverted crowd

Insight look in an ol' fairy book / teach you more of devil's brain / catalistic thoughts in a poet's mind / cull the flowers of my time

I took them in a tower / where all the big black flowers / died in a dreadful horror / when they heard the ghastly hour

Why can the bodies fly / without a laugh (we killed it) / i am lost in darkest woods / without a moon (they killed it)

(we killed it / they killed it)


.....pungent stench have coverd that song.... have a lot of fun, vanessa



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