"Once Is Enough" as written by and Colin Newman....
No blind spots in the leopard's eyes
Can only help to jeopardize
The lives of lambs, the shepherd cries

An afterlife for a silverfish
Eternal dust less ticklish
Than the clean room
A houseguest's wish

He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth
He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth

Face worker, a serpentine miner
A roof falls, an underliner
Of leaf structure, the egg timer

He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth
He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth

He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth
He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth

He lies on his side, is he trying to hide?
In fact it's the earth which he's known since birth




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"Once Is Enough" as written by Colin John Newman

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