"Hands Are Law" as written by Michael Glabicki, Jenn Wertz, Jim Donovan, Patrick Norman, John Buynak and Liz Berlin....
Rode in a boat
With concrete women
They like their coca-colas plasticine
These witches of the rocky shores
Cast their spells by whipping stones
Against my skull
Makes my days roll like thunder
But when all I was,
Was really bored
Now I might be thinking it's over
Looking around the theatre
For a girl and you might be
Drifting upon these same waves

Your hands are law Your hands are law

And so I've weeped many webs
'Cause in my hands my heart is shakin'
Yeah 'cause on your velvet throne
All my babies scream so
Tenderly back to the womb they cry for

Now I might be thinking it's over
Looking around the theatre for a girl
And you might be drifting upon these same waves

Your hands are law Your hands are law


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"Hands Are Law" as written by Jim Donovan Jenn Wertz

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