"I'll Be Arriving" as written by and Elvis Brooke Perkins....
I'll be arriving
'til the day I die
I'll be arriving
'til the day I die

When the golden chair
it comes down from the sky
I'll arive by day, by night
from the set of the sun
at the speed of moonlight
when the golden chair comes down from the sky.

I'll arrive on the white of waves
carry me to foot of my grave
I'll be the sea in six feet by six feet
and I'll come carrying my weight in gold
you can bury it when the bells toll
and I'm weightless rising up into the diamond avenue.

I'll be arriving
on six blind horses
from the father land
cross mother ocean and
mine will always be the mind of a child.


Lyrics submitted by redandblack

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