"Who" as written by and David Byrne Annie Clark....
Who be my valentine
Who lift this heavy load
Who share this taxicab
Who wants to climb aboard

Who is an honest man?
Who is an honest man?

Who held a dying soldier?
Far from his own hometown
Carry these men and women
Who get lost when the Sun goes down

Who is an honest man?
Who is an honest man?

Who walks this dusty road
Who always proves her way
Who’s this?! Inside of me
Who made a big mistake

Who sees these constellations
Seen in those spinning round
Counting these men and women
Who get lost when the Sun goes down

Who is an honest man?
Who is an honest man?

With a graceful motion she sat down slowly
Drank a cup of coffee and she fold her laundry
She begins to tell us all her life story
All around the table, everybody’s staring

Who shouts out hallelujah
Who’s gonna sing out loud
Carry these men and women
Who get lost when the Sun goes down

Who’s getting out of here
Who thinks they’re hungry
Who’s gonna be my friend
All around the table, everybody’s staring


Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

"Who" as written by David Byrne Annie Clark

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