"Manna Machine" as written by Hugh Alan Cornwell, David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy and Jean Jacques Burnel....
After forty years and after forty nights
Making some food for the Israelites
Out on a limb inside the Heights
Lies a machine out of sight
Not much air, breathing still
Sleeping mummy who did you kill?

They closed your eyes and left you to rust
Many prayed for you to turn to dust
You need a man from hereabouts
To find where you are and dig you out
To find where you are and dig you out

And just one thing
If you're let loose
Can you still make cookies in your caboose?

Sleeping mummy
Sleeping mummy
Sleeping mummy who did you kill?

And one more thing
If you can hear
Don't go out again and disappear

And one more thing
If you can hear
Don't go out again and disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear
Disappear


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    General CommentAt the time Hugh was convinced that there was a manna machine buried underground in the Golam Heights.
    imrazoron July 06, 2010   Link

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