Calendars and Clocks

Album: the Coral (2002)
  • Pretty pendant decendend of joy
    Return the father to the boy
    Resent your past repent our cast
    We are only lines on a map

    Calendars oh and clocks oh and Hickory docks

    Find a feeling that feels okay
    Find another to blow it away
    Who are you and who am I
    Please don't ask me I'll break down and cry

    Calendars oh and clocks oh and Hickory docks

    Hoo ha hoo ha hoo ha

    There's nothing more than the seashells on the sea shore
    Nothing more than the church bell that rings no more
    Nothing more than the scenes behind a closed door
    Nothing more than the rich and pennyless poor
    Nothing more, no nothing more

    Calendars Clocks and hickory docks
    Calendars Clocks and hickory docks, yeah!
    Calendars Clocks and hickory docks
    Calendars Clocks and hickory docks, yeah!Writer/s: JAMES SKELLY, NICK POWER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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