"Williamine" as written by Oliver Robert Main, Matthew Peter George Bowman, David James Best, James David Naylor and Ryan Andrew Wilson....
Only interested in the sad music
The voice of Willamine
She makes men sigh and women wonder
Where is all the beauty coming from? And why?

Nobody ever dares to write the true story of love
Hiding under buried junkyards throughout the world
With her sad, abstract letters
She talks with a broken heart

We're gonna get married
and fly away
Roam the Genghis Khan clouds
Anybody who has never done this is crazy

Nobody ever dares to write the true story of love
The secret underground truth of desire

Never mentioned in the newspapers
No man of night admits to groaning, God-like love

We're gonna get married
and fly away
Roam the Genghis Khan clouds, someday
We're gonna get married
and fly away
Roam the Genghis Khan clouds
anybody who has never done this is crazy


Lyrics submitted by Charlie the man

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