"People of the Village" as written by Michael Glabicki, Jim Donovan, Jenn Wertz, Patrick Norman, John Buynak and Liz Berlin....
Good morning I see you
There on the phone
Good morning I see you
Dead on the throne

Like a dragonfly with stone wings, stone wings I sing
I tell you the ones I love the people of my village
That I was drowned in a Scotland sea
By pagans in ecstasy Mother, Father you never heard from me

Good morning I see you
There on the phone
Good morning I see you
Dead on the throne

Here I sit stone wings, stone wings I sing I tell you
The ones I love the people of my village
That I was drowned in a Scotland sea
By pagans in ecstasy Mother, Father you never heard from me
(Tell me why)

Good morning I see you
There on the phone
Good morning I see you
Dead on the throne

I was lifted for the gift
For the gift I bring held down
I drunk the town
For the people of my village



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"People of My Village" as written by Jim Donovan Jenn Wertz

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