"Watery Hands [Wet Wurlitzer Mix]" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
When you leave this coast
Take me with you
Because I can’t live without you
She’s too much like you
She’s bigger than
Pyramids
On water skies
And we both know that I’ve got bad knees
For tricks I won’t do
So I’m swimming back to you

Sunken white
And fully intercoastal
But I still can’t forget
Your farewell toast to our dead
On the beach
If I read these
You dropped anchor and dropped me
Now my flag flies blue
So I’m swimming back to you

You’re made of water
I’m made of sand
Don’t quit your teeth
Just let me kiss your
Watery hands

Stop, watch, and do it

You’re made of water
I’m made of sand
Don’t quit your teeth
Just let me kiss your
Watery hands


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"Watery Hands" as written by Jonathan Patrick Wurster James August Wilbur

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