"The Lessons Of Sodom (According To Lot)" as written by and Nicholas Currie....
For seventeen days we've lived in this cave
Overlooking the plain with the ruined remains of Gomorrah

When the brimstone was sent we were exempt
But the daughters of Salt are tempting

The lesson of Sodom according to God:
You spoil the child if you spare the rod
But we had a problem, me & my girls
I was the only man in the world

The lesson of Sodom according to Lot:
If a bottle of wine is all you've got
Between the salt in your wounds & Lot, girls
The lesson of Sodom is...
I forgot

Is it my drunkenness or my first-born's kiss
That makes my second-born's hips sway like there is no tomorrow?

Well drink is a curse & lust is the worst
But the daughters of Salt are thirsting

The lesson of Sodom according to God:
You spoil the child if you spare the rod
But we had a problem, me & my girls
I was the only man in the world

The lesson of Sodom according to Lot:
If a bottle of wine is all you've got
Between the salt in your wounds & Lot, girls
The lesson of Sodom is...
I forgot

With these alibis, a pair of closed eyes & a bottle of wine
There's no need to die for your pleasure

I'm getting the best of both worlds in incest
The daughters of Salt - they insist

The lesson of Sodom according to God:
You spoil the child if you spare the rod
But we had a problem, me & my girls
I was the only man in the world

To put my girls in the way of the world
The lesson of Sodom according to Lot:
If a bottle of wine is all you've got
Between the salt in your wounds & Lot, girls
The lesson of Sodom is...

You can lead a horse to water but you can't make him...
No, no, no

A bird in the hand is worth two in the...
No

The lesson of Sodom is...
The lesson of Sodom according to Lot...
The lesson of Sodom is...

I forgot


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