"Weirdistan" as written by Donald Smith Airey, Robert A. Ezrin, Ian Gillian, Roger Glover, Steven J. Morse and Ian Paice....
We travelled through time and we’re on the stretcher’s end
We’re all from up north and I live in Wonderland
Dear neighbor of mine was centuries, light years apart
You carry no flame, you’re visible in the dark

Bring it across the border, all those people are waiting flags
Some of them need a few rich men but I can’t prove that something holds me back

The man in the moon is looking the other way
And while he’s distracted we turn to another page
No questions or guilt, it seems like we’re just out of say
You do what you will, I’ll do another thing

Imagine when we’ll wake up
Scratching here, everything’s changed
While you spray here with it
You’ll know reality’s been rearranged

It’s beautiful
Oh yes, it’s beautiful
Oh yes, we merge into one

It’s beautiful
Oh yes, it’s beautiful

It’s beautiful
Oh yes, it’s beautiful
Beautiful


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Weirdistan" as written by Bob Ezrin Don Airey

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