"Kiss The Book" as written by and Simon Underwood John Waddington....
Searching for love in the library of a ghost town
finding Cleopatra tra tra
The child is singing that it's written on your skin
Breaking out the butterfly
Kiss the walls of the glass house
Take the law into your own hands
White deaf and dumb
White deaf and dumb

Kiss the book (revenge) kiss the book (vow)
kiss the book (honour)
k-kiss (kiss the book) k-kiss the book

Searching for love in the library of a ghost town
Cleopatra Cleopatra Cleopatra Cleopatra

If only silence could sing
I'd find it written on your skin
If only silence could sing
I'd find it written on your skin
Walls have ears and arms too
Take the law into your own hands
White deaf and dumb

(repeat chorus and adlib)


Lyrics submitted by WARADE, edited by epiwoosh

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