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    Monks Of Doom / Lyrics

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    "Broadcast At Midday" Lyrics

    Monks Of Doom

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    Laughter on his breath
    The smell of fish clandestine hits
    The thief he will aspire
    To take the piece that he desires

    Contempt for the rest
    Know his past and second guess
    Still it's on his shirt
    The telltale signs with which he flirts

    And it's on the radio today
    Ringing in your ears it's in the way

    He won't be coming out today
    From the void into the fray
    From a broken egg the storm is born today

    Eyes blind with rage
    The deep caress of hell to pay

    She is all the world to all of me
    She is fascination clandestine

    She is burning now
    Brilliant flames from off the bow
    He is on the deck
    Sailing towards untouched points west

    She will return
    Deep within our veins
    We'll add it to our tab and wash away

    She is now omnipotent to me
    Everywhere in all I think and see
    And it's on the radio today
    Ringing in your ears it's in the way

    I wonder what she'd say
    But her face is just a memory
    And she hasn't got the New York Times to read
    If May could see today

    If May could speak today
    I know just what she's say
    To lots of folks you may be a saint
    But a death threat still makes you feel faint

    If May could speak today
    But the worms just eat away
    What May was yesterday
    This song was submitted on October 21st, 2013 and last modified on October 18th, 2016.
    Thanks to Snap for the contribution to this song.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc..
    Written by Chris C. Pederson, David A. Immergluck, Greg A. Lisher, Victor H. Krummenacher.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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