"The Beach Song" as written by John Robert Cardwell, Philip Abram Dickey and William Lincoln Knauer....
Tell me does your body know
How it's supposed to g(r)o(w)
Tell me to ignore something I adore
Let me know you know so I can
leave you alone
No, I won't start no war just to
keep you warm

She's made of fire
hooks and wire
Things that turn - things that
make you learn

Tell me does your body know
How it's supposed to g(r)o(w)
Tell me to ignore something I adore

We left that night
and we could see the clearer light
you're
Last thing that I really need
This could be right
if you could see the clearer light
In my head, in my dreams,
You were inside of me.


Lyrics submitted by myguyry

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