"Holy Mountain" as written by Ian Robert Astbury and William Henry Duffy....
I fell in love
With your face
Take down the walls
Of this place

You're a wild thing
You say wild things
But much too wild I think

You're a wild thing
You say wild things
But much too wild I think

And you sense the heat in my heart
And she broke me down like a dog
And I cried and cried
Till I couldn't speak no more

You're a wild thing
May say wild things
But much too wild I think

Child
Hush your mouth
Innocence
Please don't speak

You're a wild thing
You say wild things
But much too wild I think

You're a wild thing
And everything you say wild things
But much too wild I think


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"Holy Mountain" as written by William Henry Duffy Ian Robert Astbury

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