"Kings and Queens" as written by and Hugh Hopper....
See I've gotten everything
Complete for you
Turn that part way
It's with it I found you
Here there's pillaging
Here I cart her arms
She takes a little box
Next right to the starlight
Little kings and queens
Little kings and queens

Funny geese going by
They go through space to rule the sky
Blood is flowed
Comets soar
Throw the phone on to the volt storm
Files ending and smash point is disputed
From what end our cause is growing up?
Some gift
Had no voice
Had no sound
No words to attack the ground
For your attention

See I told you
(see I told you)
Who was who
(who was who)
And gave you
(earthquakes on the verge)
A world view
(kings and queens at work)
A world view
(oceans hard to surf)
To see through
(I see that)
How do things
(all the time)
Grow too few
(like kings and queens)

A world view
A world view
A world view
(Oceans hard to surf)
(Little kings and queens)
(Little kings and queens)
(I see that)


Lyrics submitted by pragmatic, edited by strykerchick

"Kings & Queens" as written by Hugh Hopper

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    General Commentsuch a gorgeous song
    the_escapiston January 27, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think these lyrics are wrong.
    strykerchickon March 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI did the best I could. I referred to a live version and the album version of the song. If you think the lyrics are wrong please do the courtesy to point out any mistakes. I am however very confident about the last half of the song.
    pragmaticon June 19, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI think the first part goes...

    "Take on anything
    that comes before you"

    but I'm not sure.

    This song is absolutely lovely.
    nicexdreamon September 21, 2007   Link

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