"Albert's Eyes" as written by Martin Noble, Jan Scott Wilkinson, Neil Hamilton Wilkinson and Matthew James Wood....
The emotion in a stomach acid is equal to the depth of Albert's eyes
And all of the equations that were mastered belong to average ordinary life
Yeah I know, it's so Natural
Yeah I know, I've been here before

But only if I ask you
And maybe not at all

When you look down and see that you were playing upon the greatest oceanic truth
Yeah I mostly understand what you were saying
And after all there's quite a lot of proof

But only if I ask you
And maybe not at all
It's getting colder in Alaska
But round here it's getting warm


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"Albert's Eyes" as written by Martin Noble Jan Scott Wilkinson

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