"Your Majesty" as written by and Jay Blumenfield Tim Quirk....
High above a crashing sea
The waves are whispering to me
I get down on bended knee
Humbled by your majesty
Countless crabs upon the rocks
Click off seconds just like clocks
Everything interlocks
In honor of your majesty

Your majesty

I went back to my hometown
But my house had been torn down
There was nobody around
To hear about your majesty
Spoke no words for thirty days
Searching for the perfect phrase
Listening to Isaac Hayes
Thinking 'bout your majesty

Your majesty
Sitting on this balcony
Singing about your majesty
Singing about your majesty

Singing about your majesty
Oh your majesty
Sitting on this balcony
Singing about your majesty

Now I'm sipping Zinfandel
In a once grand old hotel
With the kind of clientele
Who do not know your majesty
And each evening I'm beset
By another damn sunset
Trying so hard to forget
Your fucking majesty

Your majesty
Just another casualty
Of your supreme majesty
Singing about your majesty

Sitting on this balcony
Singing about your majesty
Your majesty
Your supreme majesty

Every morning millions kneel
Before something that's so unreal
But that don't change the way they feel


Lyrics submitted by Flintyfoxy

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