"Masters In China" as written by and Benji Hughes....
You've always been bashful, you're just that way
But your eyes are like billboards, they give you away
Your mouth is a trumpet, somebody else plays
Long after the notes gone, the tone usually stays

And your chest a fine pillow, with lining of feather
Your hair is a family, with strands stick together
Fingers are keys from the grandest piano, played by a line that the Lord only knew

A tongue of an angel, floats in red wine saliva
Your teeth ravel porcelain, made by masters in China
Your face can't be captured by pictures or words
And your voice is a music that I've never heard

And your skin is a cream, dipped out beyond measure
Your nose is a peak never touched by the weather
Your fingers are keys from the grandest piano
Played by a soul that the Lord only knows


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"Masters in China" as written by Benji Hughes


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    My InterpretationI think this is a description of the "perfect" person, much like a china doll.
    Cyberghoston January 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThis is a cover, it's not one of Priscilla's. Benji Hugues wrote it.
    morethanmelodyon April 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentHughes*
    morethanmelodyon April 29, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI think part of the Lyrics are wrong. I believe that the

    "Your teeth are out of porcelain made by masters in China."

    Should really be...

    "Your teeth rival porcelain made by masters in China."
    Moussifferon July 09, 2009   Link

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