"Ruby Magic" as written by and John Baldwin Gourley....
Someday we'll find a home,
someday we'll find a lonely lonely home
where we'll pass time where we'll bring change,
where we'll bring change
(i found the way out, but if i told you you'd be down)
Lips likely loose and pouring out film lines

A roaring flow abounds a warmth and joy that holds you
open and apart in steps that never move

So children come in
find a seat we made your room/you're sure to use
Ohhhhhhhh...
Hello. You missed the sparrows mark...
A breath of rockets shone like torches.
Boss we got a problem the people will not listen
their ears are full of cranks, bells, pully's, wheels, and bolts
Automated fiction with film on the eyes and the doctors claim
they'll never form, you'll never see again

lengths of snakes match each silent syllable
Hello. You missed the sparrows mark...
A breath of rockets shone like torches.
(I found the way out)

So children come in
find a seat we made your room/you're sure to use
Ohhhhhhhh...

A roaring flow abounds a warmth and joy that holds you
open and apart in steps that never move


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    General CommentI can't figure out the lyrics for this, but you guys are way off.
    whoomslaon July 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentA roaring flow abounds a warmth and joy that holds you
    open and apart in steps that never move


    that part describes the whole song.
    :]
    princessKATIEon October 29, 2007   Link
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    General Commentthis is song is so good. i can't stop singing it. at all.
    portugal. the man, is indeed, the man.

    and thank you TodVonÜber1979, for the correct lyrics.
    st hannahon May 05, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOne of the best songs of all time.

    My guess would be it's just about people having so many problems, everyone is always suffering. He "found a way out" but it's unethical, thus we'd be down.
    Dirtmouthon October 13, 2008   Link

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