"Low Life Kingdom" as written by Oliver Robert Main, David James Best, Matthew Peter George Bowman, James David Naylor and Ryan Andrew Wilson....
Have you sent men here
For this cold clown
And monstrous eater at the world
Send illumination to our drowning brains
Slime hoops and iodine weeds
I've got to believe in you
Or live in death
I'm going to die in full despair
Wake up where
The atmosphere is dearer
Maybe closer to heaven
We try to make our way
No aid comes from whatever and wherever
The low life kingdom where we part out tea
Heaven dear suggested to promise us
You've not seen mermaids in my actual sea
Her name is oh so really high life
I'm going to die in full despair
Wake up where
The atmosphere is dearer
Maybe closer to heaven
My golden empty soul
Will outlast your salty sill
In a billion years of trying
We've had no crack at eternity
I've got to believe in you
Or live in death
I'm going to die in full despair
Wake up where
The atmosphere is dearer
Maybe closer to heaven


Lyrics submitted by Charlie the man

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