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Frog Eyes – Claxxon's Lament lyrics
It was early in the morning when the battle horse arrived
And he embraced Sarah, the bride of his old age
And Sarah hugged Billy, who was born of her sweet womb

And nobody will die
Until I've got money in my hand...

It was silence that begot them, the purpose of their ways
Lord, the Father, the Beggar, and his hands
From that time, the post will pull, and push against the sky
Oh baby, I know the night's too slow

And nobody will die...
But it don't mean nothing until you got some money in your hand

And I was a singer...


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