By this morning he wore the carnation to bring me down
I was torn from the tomb of the foolish Egyptian crown

[chorus]
Good morning, day,
by evening, my way,
I said my way

With ways to the town where the people don’t understand
Where it is to have met in a different from girlfriend plan

[chorus]

[psych scat]

An Egyptian tomb..
An Egyptian tomb..
An Egyptian tomb..

La, la, la, la, la

By this morning he wore the carnation to bring me down
I was torn from the tomb of the foolish Egyptian crown

[chorus]

An Egyptian tomb.. x 8


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    General CommentI don't think the lyrics here are right. I'm pretty sure that second verse is "I was raised in a town where the people don't understand/What it is to have lived in a different place and time." The first line of the first verse, later repeated, should be "I was born in a world that can easily bring you down." Really, whoever posted this version of the lyrics must be yanking our collective chain. Is there a reason you would joke so egregiously about the lyrics of such a great, underrated, and unjustly little-known song?
    mbrachmanon January 26, 2010   Link

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