"Walking With the Beast" as written by Ganesh Seshadri and John Haney....
Picture if you will a crumpled suit
And in that suit is stuffed a man
And in that man is one desire
To taste the milk of human kindness
Wear a shroud of velvet blindness
Quench the never-ending fire

Oh, no, I love you madly
Oh, no, I'll kiss you gladly
Oh, my love is so enchanting, like a wishing well
And in the morning afterglow
Our parting will be sweet sorrow
And life is but an empty shell

Muscle of love, kiss me ever so sweetly
Honey truck, hit me and rattle my bones
Walk with the beast, and your heart will complete be
In love, in love

Another fireship sails on by
The skull and crossbones flying high
The mask of death is worn with pride
Flutter, flutter, gentle eyelash, do
By filthy lucre, I love you
And take you for my evening bride

Muscle of love, touch me ever so softly
Honey truck, hit me and rattle my bones
Walk with the beast, and your heart will aloft be
In love, in love

Once upon a time, there was a fool,
And like a fool, he made a wish
And like all wishes, it came true
To be the captain of the ship
To sail into the deep abyss
Sing with the ever-loving crew

Oh, no, I love you madly
Oh, no, I'll kiss you gladly
Oh, my love, the gentle rhythm of the rolling sea
And in the shadows of the night
Those in the darkness fade from sight
Those in the light of love walk free

Muscle of love, squeeze me ever so sweetly
Honey truck, hit me and rattle my bones
Walk with the beast, and your body will lent be
To love, to love
To love


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"Walking With the Beast" as written by John Haney Ganesh Seshadri

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