"Bracelets Of Fingers" as written by and Richard Taylor Philip May....
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These are a few of the things I find joy.
Bracelets of fingers since I was a boy.
Fly to the moon and I'll get there quite soon.
If I wait awhile.
Cradled in branches that stretched out their arms
I must wait awhile.
Bending my mind as I pick up the flowers in may,
Hearing the laughter that turns into tears evr'why day

Fly to the moon on the curve of a spoon
I turn upside-down.
Tumbling through leaves as I scatter the seeds
On an eiderdown.

Fly to the moon and I'll get there quite soon
If I wait awhile.
Daylight arrives with a turn of the skies
I must wait awhile.
Clouds building castles, the wind comes and
Blows them away
Tears in the water makes circles for me
As I play.

Fly to the moon on the curve of a spoon
I turn upside-down.
Tumbling through leaves as I scatter the seeds
On an eiderdown.

These are a few of the things l find joy,
Bracelets of fingers since I was a boy


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"Bracelets of Fingers" as written by Philip May Alan Waller

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    General CommentSupposedly this song is about masturbation. Great song as any Pretty Things song inevitably is.
    finslawon October 21, 2011   Link

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