"Johnny Panic And The Bible Of Dreams" as written by and Roland Orzabal....
I dream of heaven
I dream of heaven
I dream of heaven, yeah

High time we made a stand and shook up the views of the common man
And the love train rides from coast to coast
D.J.'s the man we love the most
Could you be, could you be squeaky clean
And smash any hope of democracy?
As the headline says you're free to choose
There's egg on your face and mud on your shoes
One of these days they're gonna call it the blues

Johnny Panic
Johnny Panic And The Bible Of Dreams

I get excited by the news of today
What seems unstable may be able to stay
Johnny Panic
Johnny Panic and The Bible Of Dreams

I dream of heaven, yeah

I spy tears in their eyes
They look to the skies for some kind of divine intervention
Food goes to waste!
So nice to eat, so nice to taste
Politician Grannie with your high ideals
Have you no idea how the Majority feels ?
So without love and a promise land
We're fools to the rules of a government plan
Kick out the style! Bring back the jam!
Bring back the jam!

My flame is heart, My baby do as she please
What good is living, when you live in disease
Johnny Panic
Johnny Panic and The Bible Of Dreams

I dream of heaven, it's a heavenly place
Why fall in love? when you can fall from grace
With Johnny Panic
Johnny Panic and The Bible Of Dreams

I dream of heaven
I dream of heaven
I dream of heaven, yeah


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"Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams" as written by R. Orzabal

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    General Commentamazing variation of STS
    fepelofon December 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentWell, I haven't yet ordered and read it, but the title of this track is clearly a allusion to the collection of short stories written by Sylvia Plath.
    SMUSER26982on July 21, 2009   Link

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