our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song

warm divinity, cold obscenity
our new sympathy has got to be afraid
these sincerities will never be free
click-in cliches, only time will tell
all the princes and princess go to bed
with drugs in their minds and drugs in their heads
all the princes and princess go to bed
with drugs in their minds and drugs in their heads
great big cars, little tiny streets
funny little toes for funny little feet
and two way radios will make me a liar
i have seen it
i have seen it
i have seen it
i have seen it

our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song

torn inferiority, lost integrity
our new purities have got to be afraid
these sincerities will never be free
tiny little souls building tiny little homes
building up the flowers but forgetting their bones
in the big cabin house, in log cabin street
two friendly soldiers are fighting at their feet
i am telling you, you are intelligent
i am intelligent, and who knows where the witches went
kicking up the gulf stream inside the arctic dream
it seems to me insane
to say that we are fine, we are fine
we are fine, we are fine, we are fine

looking at the sunrise instead of the sunset
mixes up your bones and makes you upset
you will be fine, you will be fine
you will be fine, you will be fine

our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song
our two sails will sail to the good sound of a good song


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Warm Divinity song meanings
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