"Wall of Death (Richard Thompson Cover)" as written by James Drescher, Todd James Schofield, Douglas J. Thompson and Charles Valle....
No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no

Let me ride on the wall of death one more time
Let me ride on the wall of death one more time

You can waste your time on the other rides
But this is the nearest to being alive
Let me take my chances on the wall of death

You can go with the crazy people in the crooked house
You can fly away on the rocket or spin in the mouse
The tunnel of love might amuse you
Noah's ark might confuse you
But let me take me chances on the wall of death

On the wall of death all the world is far from me
On the wall of death it's the nearest to being free

You are going nowhere when you ride on the carousel
Well maybe you're strong, but what's the use of ringing a bell?
The switchback will make you crazy
And where is the bearded lady?
Oh let me take me chances on the wall of death

You are going nowhere when you ride on the carousel
Well maybe you're strong, but what's the use of ringing a bell?
The switchback will make you crazy
And where is the bearded lady?
Oh let me take me chances on the wall of death


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