"Wilmont" as written by and Stuart Mclamb....
You made a foolish offer
I met you in between
What doesn't make you softer
can only make you mean

and I want you to beware of me
cause I got a big heart to feed
there was ringing in my ears
though i heard no melody

tore a page from your diary
put it on the windowsill
to trace the lilacs blooming
but none of them could stay still
and you want me to haunt you
but you started sprouting your wings
i could lie to love you but my mockingbird's gonna to sing

we want the kind of salvation
that only love can inspire
but all of our creation
got lost in the fire

and at last i've gone crazy
but i'm gonna bring them all down
like the cat did my tongue
when i heard you were back in town


Lyrics submitted by tricktricky, edited by mercmcguirk

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