"Sicily" as written by and David Mead Bill Demain....
We saw the volcano all covered in snow
Walked into town up the cobblestone road
The cars jumped the lines toward the sea down below
And granite beaches

Back on the bus through the valleys and hills
Tour guides and temples the ancient Greeks built
Oranges, lemons and white daffodils
In my camera now

And my favorite part was the camera shop
Two brothers who couldn't speak English
Were talking in remnants and pieces
You were in heaven
Blue polka dot heaven

Back in the room you were wrapped in a towel
Twin beds together, the TV turned down
I thought to myself that we'll make it somehow
That was you
You and me
You and me
In Sicily


Lyrics submitted by meow7cat

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