"Baby Piano (Part 1)" as written by Steven Severin, Robert James Smith, Peter Edward Clarke and Susan Janet Ballion....
Swallowing diamonds
A cutting throat
Your teeth when your breath
Reflecting beams on tombstones

A jamboree of surprises
Playing Russian roulette
Or the lucky clip
A clenched fist to your heart
Coal dust on your lungs

A silver tongue for the chosen one
Heavy magnum in your side or a bloody
thorn
Skating bullets on angel dust
In the dead sea of fluid mercury
Baby piano crues
Under your heave index and thumb
Pull some strings-let them sing

The stars that shine
And the stars that shriek
In the face of stagnation the water runs
Before your eyes

Dazzle
It's a glittering prize


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Baby Piano, Pt. 2 [Demo of What Became "Dazzle"]" as written by Steven Severin Robert James Smith

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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