Silver Snail

Album: Indie Cindy (2014)
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  • On my way back to one
    Half asleep with a loaded gun
    In a room with a light bulb sun
    Ain't no place far too high

    Add an orgy of rooms and vibes
    And the sea of the suicides
    Follow me, see my silver trails
    Blessed me, when is a snail a tail
    I am the silver snail

    On my way back to one
    On my way back to seventh sun
    Then I count to a million
    He will awake from his dream
    Find his way in these honey beans
    Find a way to the queen of queens

    Silver spoons for my silver snails
    Like harpoons for the killer wales
    I am the silver snail
    On my way back to one
    Half asleep with a loaded gun
    In a room with a light bulb sun
    On my way back to one
    Half asleep with a loaded gun
    In a room with a light bulb sun Writer/s: CHARLES THOMPSON
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
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