"Spontaneous Apple Creation" as written by and Vincent Crane Arthur Brown....
When the world was travelling faster and faster
and colours became just a blur.
And the buildings were falling plaster from plaster
Til things just weren't what they were.

What could save mankind from man?
When the blind the blind overran.
From the scene of confused devastation
Came the great spontaneous apple creation.

And a speck in the sky grew to a cloud.
And fishes flew and laughed aloud.
And hamsters grew wings and flew under doors.
And rich wine was sweated from every man's pores.
And 3000 people ate one strawberry.
And the cloud grew green and pushed out a stalk.
And churches grew suede boots and started to walk.
And the strong silent ones began to talk.
And three million people told butter from Stork.

And the cloud grew greener and greener and harder.
Til it reminded all those there of something from the larder.
And suddenly it was there and in each and every land
Each man, beast, and creature had an apple in his hand.
And from that day came a new recreation,
The great spontaneous apple creation.

What could save mankind from man?
When the blind the blind overran.
From the scene of confused devastation
Came the great spontaneous apple creation.


Lyrics submitted by joelm, edited by HenryCow

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