Blessed be, honey bee
When you're lying next to me
I'm a hibernating grizzly bear, grizzly bear...

We don't need to rise for anything
We'll spend the winter sleeping out
The words that you and I have stole
Way down in ?

Feel the breeze
Baby please
When you're sailing off to sea
In the middle of two continents
Two continents...

Take me as your maid in navy blue
I'd be on board to enter you
When you feel you are ready too
Return to shore (Blessed be, honey be)
Return to shore (Blessed be, honey be)

Blessed be, honey bee
When you're lying next to me
When you said you'd be your ?


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    Blessed be, honeybee.
    When you're layin' next to me,
    I'm a hibernating grizzly bear.

    We don't need to rise for anything.
    We'll spend the winter sleeping off
    The love that you and I have stored
    Way down in our bellies.

    Feel the breeze, baby please,
    When you're sailin' off to seas
    In the middle of two continents.

    Keep me as your mate in navy blue.
    I'll be on board to anchor you
    When you feel you are ready to
    Return to shore. (Blessed be, honeybee.)
    Return to shore. (Blessed be, honeybee.)
    Return.

    Blessed be, honeybee,
    When you're layin' next to me.
    Blessed be, honeybee,
    When you're sailin' off to sea. (I'll be on board to anchor you.)

    Blessed be, honeybee,
    When you're layin' next to me.
    Blessed be, honeybee, (Keep me as your mate in navy blue)
    When you're sailin' off to sea. (I'll be on board to anchor you.)

    Blessed be, honeybee,
    When you're layin' next to me.
    Blessed be, honeybee,
    When you're sailin' off to sea. (I'll be on board to anchor you.)

    Blessed be, honeybee,
    When you're layin' next to me.
    Blessed be, honeybee.
    hotwiredon December 19, 2010   Link

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