"The Water You Walk" as written by and Oscar Hammerstein Ii Richard Rodgers....
Oh what an honored man am I
That these eyes might see you tonight
Oh what a modern man I am
Counting the fears in one hair pore of skin


Farrah, Farrah, I don't dare to stare at you I'll lose my sight
And tear my hair out like some sage who's gazed at the face of god

Farrah Marie, what is this?
Have a very merry Christmas
And bury me deep in this mess
Ill be under where you walk

I'm just like everybody else is
and everybody else is a fine dust,
Dead in our houses,
until someone dares us to rise up


Oh Farrah. Farrah, Farrah spare a heat for me, beneath this night
I'm barely there ,but where you are, Farrah, my heart beats right


Farrah Marie what is this?
Have a very merry Christmas
and bury me deep in this mess
Ill be under where you walk


Yeah, I'm under the water you walk


Lyrics submitted by lyenlion, edited by dainz

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    My OpinionI think it says "And tear my hair out like some SAGE WHO'S gazed at the face of god"

    sage may refer to a divine human being; Spiritual teacher, including teachers of mysticism or clergy or religious leaders; Wise old man, a kind, wise, paternal figure, often archetypal or stereotypical
    noteethon December 30, 2012   Link

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