The director cast himself as the little girl
and wrote in the part of Anne for his Elijah
and Peter the beggar played Paul the man-handler
Oh, the joy he felt in choking them villagers out

Waiting for you, I gave myself a dream
Of dogs in the house of God
And the vampires remand reparation
And the gypsies lie down in the mud
And a baby was born from thin air
And a baby was born from thin air

They needed someone to fill the roll of the lightswitch taper
And the caterer was gracious and anxious to play the part
One doctor, two doctors, one prince
Oh, the money they spent just sorting these simple things out

Waiting for you, I gave myself a dream
With tarps replacing the dogs
And the mechanical bull was given life
And the gypsies lie down in the mud
And a baby was born from thin air
And a baby was born from thin air


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Los Angeles Manna song meanings
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