"You Are the Queen" as written by and Mark Miller Chuck Mead....
I'm a king among men down at the 'Just Say When'
My loyal subjects raise a glass and send a pint my way
But when I leave my throne to the castle I go home
I stroll across the drawbridge and this is what I say

You are the queen and you're the only queen
That there has ever been
You rule my very soul, I'm worthless on my own
Your majesty will always be supreme
And I don't deserve the pleasure and the privilege to serve
Yeah, they might call me king but that don't mean a thing
'Cause you are the queen

In ol' Egypt, the pharaoh had to walk the straight and narrow
Back when Cleopatra had her day
'Cause he wouldn't get no kissin' until he'd sit and listen
To every word ol' Cleo had to say
Said, mighty Samson to Delia and Arthur, Guenevere
I'll tell you everything you wanna hear
But like any other king just don't mean a thing
'Til I can see the kingdom as I whisper in your ear
Oh, baby

You are the queen, you're reigning down all over everything
Your highness's divine, you use it all the time
Your humble servant I'll always be
So please judge me fair
And from your darkened dungeon I'll be spared
I've laid my armor down, I thrown away my crown
'Cause you, you are the queen


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"You Are the Queen" as written by Mark Miller Chuck Mead

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