"A Flower In The Desert" as written by Haq Nawaz, David John Burrows, Barry David Jepson and Ian Robert Astbury....
Wait a minute, my friend
Don't pass me up for dead
As Babylon crumbles to sand
A sweet flower blossoms in my hand
Another day is ending for you
Another day

While I'm alive, you see my rivers flowing
Don't want to be like you
There are no wild beasts in here, I know
There are no wild beasts in here, we know

And a voice of the people cries
As it drones on in monotone
Here is the news, it's all so sad, sad
Ooh, and those black and whites
But thy knew it
Took a few and those panties in acquainted ways
Come on
Come on
Come on away, yeah

Wait a minute, my friend
Don't pass me up for dead
As Babylon crumbles to sand
A sweet flower blossoms in my hand
Another day is ending for you
Another day, another day

I'm alive
You see my body burning
Burning up in here
There are no others in here, I know
There are no others in here, oh no
Burning up in here
You know, you know

Step a little closer
I wonder if you can
Remember me in this way


Lyrics submitted by numb, edited by tetsuo29

"A Flower in the Desert" as written by David John Burrows Barry David Jepson

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    General CommentThe lyrics submitted by numb are horrible.
    Skwoticuson December 07, 2008   Link
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    General CommentYeah. A lot of incorrect lyrics. This is a great song. The Cult are overlooked and under-rated. This album, especially. If you haven't heard it, you should check it out.
    monster36604on January 14, 2009   Link

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