"Worms" as written by and Julian/moyes Hamilton....
Worms don't dance they haven't got the balls
No matter how do you do
It's just you do that's all
You got what it takes to knock at my door
You wanna get all excited
Never been here before

And now I'm your apple eating heathen
The original sin
Well you ain't got my faith
So best keep your belief
I had waited forever to love someone
I swear I heard you thank your god this time
For having me come along

Chickens don't fly but they have got the wings
No matter how hard they try
They bump into things
They're all running around
Like they're heads on the ground
They got a wish bone where their backbone should've grown

And now I'm your apple eating heathen
Any old rib stealing eve
Well you don't have my faith
So best keep your belief
I had waited forever to love someone
I swear I heard you thank your god that time
For having me come along

Intimacy reduced to cruelty
Had you believe like this was meant to be
And I look for the magic
But you got away with it
That's all


Lyrics submitted by calvins_hobbies

"Worms" as written by Kimberley Moyes Julian Hamilton

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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    General CommentClearly a song about the new world order.
    cosuttonon September 04, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. I listen to it over and over trying to figure out what it means. To me its about an atheistic (or anti organized religion) women involved with a religious man. Her feelings seem to be unrequited which has led to the bitterness. The "worms" and "chickens" are examples of a faulty God. It has such a beautiful despondent sadness.
    WhosGonnaFindMeon February 04, 2009   Link

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