"Impossibilium" as written by Robert Baker, Gordon Downie, Johnny Fay, Paul Langlois and Gordon Sinclair....
I love you even when I don't even know I'm doing it
And dismiss it out of hand cause I don't even know I'm doing it but your
Finger starts to wiggle and landscapes emerge
Can you spare some change dear, we've only got three hundred feet to go

Roses are worth more dried than alive such a thing to say
O how I adore you when you reinvent a rose cliche can you spare
Some change dear we've only got three hundred feet to go
And with impossibilium for a payload we lift the rocket out of the
Pocket nothing can stop it

Roses are difficult everywhere you must promise me you'll stay
These long stems are freakish if anything but we can cut 'em
Down for the vase can you spare some change dear
We've only got three hundred feet to go and with impossibilium for a Payload
We lift the rocket out of the pocket nothing can stop it we can only watch it


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"Impossibilium" as written by Gordon Sinclair Gordon Downie

Lyrics © Peermusic Publishing

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