A Preacher's Love Lyrics - Ulysses And The Squares
As I went out one morning
To breathe the air around Tom Paine
He talked me into proving that, liberty is something we'd like to share
Then he dragged me into a church, saying 'I would like to touch you there'
I fled into a barren land, where they made me a member of parliament
Teacher said 'come see me after lunch,
You know that I really like to touch your skin, touch your hair'
She said when we were alone 'there are some wounds that the skin doesn't show'
I walked out and now I'm here, one more trick and then I'll disappear
Maybe someday they'll all say, you have changed but we've all stayed the same
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