"Hall of Records" as written by Jamie Oliver Jack Reynolds, James Nicholas Righton and Simon Lee Campbell Taylor-davies....
A maples move
A murder on the moon shine
Modus operandi
A beak on blue
A bounty on Bermuda
Horse in the night breaks serpent's sea

Come on and dance with me
Come on and dance with me
Every time we leave
Come on and dance with me
Every night we leave
Come on and dance with me
Our games end in endless harmony
Our games end in endless harmony

A devils
A deadline on decorum
Modus operandi
A roder red
A rumble in Rotunda
My souls their signs infrequency

Come on and dance with me
Come on and dance with me
Every time we leave
Come on and dance with me
Every night we leave
Come on and dance with me
Our games end in endless harmony
Our games end in endless harmony

Come on and dance with me


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"Hall of Records" as written by Jamie Oliver Jack Reynolds James Nicholas Righton

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    General CommentI keep hearing different lyrics than the ones on here. For instance I think he sings "holds in the knots, breaks serpent's sea"
    Other differences I keep hearing are "a devil's thought" and "a pecan blue".
    "Roder" isn't a word, so it should at least be "rotor". Furthermore he sings "Muzzles the signs in frequency"... still the lyrics, like most of theirs, don't make any sense, unless you read the specific book it's (probably) about...
    skttrbrainon May 07, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentGreat song, but the lyrics make no sense whatsoever...
    electric_daveon April 10, 2007   Link
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    General CommentHey its electric dave And sktterbrain!

    Everytime i listen to it, i think its about findng love in the sky's?
    Feeling so love stoned that you have those thoughts.

    Oh sweet love.
    LDN*on July 06, 2007   Link
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    My OpinionGood point there by skttrbrain, but I think it's actually "a devil's duct", not "a devil's thought".
    Contaminatoron June 11, 2012   Link

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