(Heyder Lentz/Heitor Caramez)

I’d always wanted to have long hair.
She somehow has words of mine.
I’ve tried to silence what I set free.
She’s on her way, my only option is to hitch hike.

I’ve thrown away all basis of my life.
She’s showed me good things perhaps telling me about evils.
I’ve cleaned my mind, cleaned my room from my window.
She’s taken a day off for me, with no beds to make.

I keep the clock close to my heart
Every day and night what must it be found?
If I hold my head could I keep her mine?
She wants to know where is it the desert, my friend?

I always wanted to have a yellow flower to keep you
If you hold for treasure
You might fly, sure you can do
Sure will fly, and sure you fly.

Take the bus and the last train.
Beneath the sun
You own your medley,
In the fountain or in the real thing

I’ve always wanted to have a big belly full of beer.
That’s on my mind my Darling.
I’ve never wanted to married daughters, sisters or ladies like you.
Like her man, is it her? Can it be her sugar?

I’ve tried to have you knowing you’re not mine, anymore.
She asked you if it is free or for good.
I know how to make you feel me inside.
Let’s go straight to the point now!


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