The gospel of Mark, the gospel of John
The gospel of where I have gone
Where have I gone?
Into the margins vacant and pale
Here where there is nothing to fear
From the young idea

Bring on the glitter kids
And everyone will see what we have done
Bring on the glitter kids
And one by one they'll see and they will run

This is the end of music

I need to get some sleep

The gospel of Mark, the gospel of John
The gospel of all that have unimagined
They sung us dirges when our eyes were starry
Rock n' roll means never having to say your sorry

Bring on the glitter kids
And everyone will see what we have done
Bring on the glitter kids
And one by one they'll see and they will run

This is the end of music

I need to get some sleep

Time is drifting backwards
When we hit that rock we'll know
Wearing Noah's raincoat
What will sink and what will float

Across dead seas of olive trees
Out where the kids are grievin'
For what they can't believe in

This is the end of music

I need to get some sleep


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