"All In One" as written by Oliver Robert Main, Matthew Peter George Bowman, David James Best, James David Naylor and Ryan Andrew Wilson....
Cliffs of antique ain't got no rose
The mornings seen the ledder pose
Say thanks to foggy moon
Except when tumble boom

Soon and sand crookbird back
Long and short, low and easy
See round, see the end of me?
Too find the other side of flat


O we wait too for heaven -- all in one
I'm gonna wash old Pavia down
And pack my salt to another town


How sweet the earth yells sand
All there is in fair and sight
Whose plantation Neptune got
That of Atlas still down there

Rough old hands played out pedigree
Sunk more boats than dreamers'll ever see
The world is burning and needs water
I'll have a daughter wait and see


O we wait too for heaven -- all in one
I'm gonna wash old Pavia down
And pack my salt to another town
O we wait too for heaven -- all in one
I'm gonna wash Fujiyama down
And pack my salt to another town


Lyrics submitted by rL-

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