"Doraldina's Prophecies" as written by and Goss/harrington....
Good morning!
Oh my, little shiny thing
Gets me in the morning

Bringing me round
From the deepest sleep
Wakin' me up
And layin' me down

When I was just a little boy
I tried to cross the river
Jumped on an alligator
I thought he was a horse

Oh my, little shiny thing
Get me, get me everything
Oh my, little Doraldine
Get me in the morning
And bring me 'round
From the deepest sleep
Wakin' me up and layin' me down

Layin' me down
Oh my
Oh sister Doraldine
Get me in the morning
Bringing me 'round
From the deepest sleep
Wakin' me up
And laying me down

When we were just a little girl
We tried to catch the bluebird
But he grabbed her and he ate her

Oh, look out!


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    Lyric CorrectionThe intro to the song from the album. Goss is speaking, not singing this part.
    'Good morning. And I say, what a joy it to look ahead and read you signs of your future.
    So much happiness is in store for you, the most brilliantly lighted stars will be put to shame by the brightness of your light.
    Oh happiness, what an elusive thing you are, but thank god you were born beneath it's stars.
    Wanna hear more?
    Drop another coin in the slot and I will tell you more!'
    alboogaon November 24, 2010   Link

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