"Crippled Child" as written by Donald Johnson, Jeremy Kerr, Martin Moscrop, Peter Terrel and Simon Topping....
A home, I've always wanted a home
I've always wanted a home of my own,
I've always wanted a home.

A wife, with eyes of green
And soft white skin,
To bear me a child.
I've always wanted a child

A child, who is good and strong
That would never go wrong
I've always wanted a child

I was present at my childs birth,
I was there, to see him open his eyes
I always wanted a child.

His back, his back is coarse.
And his legs are bent,
I've gone over to my wife.

You've given me the wrong child
I don't want him to die in the home that I own
I don't want him to die
I don't want him to die,
In the home that I own.


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