"Trees of Barcelona" as written by Laura Jane Ballance, James August Wilbur, Jonathan Patrick Wurster and Ralph Lee Mccaughan....
Never were a festival proud
Indeed I, indeed it all
Went on this Molly and tired
For filing in wire
Drink that
Say happy so happy
Again with back flow
Hope it makes you streak
Day modern
They go below back shadows
Holding their own

With the five thousand hopes
With the Chevy and the bombs
Will they carry me they fly out behind
And the world sits at mind
Flying through Barcelona

It got late
Playing couples for our Spanish's phase
And brother, we ate the drank
Then drank and ate
We had a monkey in the backseat
It's scrimpy and jumping
How I went running
Water with the splash
We nearly passed
We all grabbed hands

In the five thousand homes
With the Chevy and the bombs
Will they carry me they fly out behind
And the world sits at mind
In the five thousand homes
With the Chevy and the bombs
Will they carry me they fly out behind
And the world sits at mind
And I met a guy in Barcelona
In a Texas bar in Barcelona
Walking down the lash street
The lash street in Barcelona
Walking with you down the lash street
Walking with you in Barcelona


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"Trees of Barcelona" as written by Jonathan Patrick Wurster James August Wilbur

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