Go put on your birthday suit
And I'll take off my uniform
She threw me down and kissed me harder
She made me glad that I was born

I was young and she was younger
But she was way beyond my years
She taught me how to let it go
And showed me how to disappear

We drank Earl Grey and chamomile
When I was king and she was so real
Long days like turning wheels
You know they bring me back To the way
I used to feel
When we were Earl Grey and Chamomile

It's funny how you never think
While eating grapes up on the throne
That one day in a downtown crowd
You find yourself so all alone

Now I see her face in everyone
Her devil's smile I can't shake
What happens to forgotten love
We never had a chance to make

We drank Earl Grey and chamomile
When I was king and she was so real
Long days like turning wheels
You know they bring me back To the way
I used to feel
When we were Earl Grey and Chamomile

Her song is in my head
Is in my heart
Is in my soul salvation
Don't want to lose
To forget
It's my inspiration

Go put on your birthday suit
And I'll take off my uniform
She threw me down and kissed me harder
She made me glad that I was born

We drank Earl Grey and chamomile
When I was king and she was so real
Long days like turning wheels
You know they bring me back To the way
I used to feel
We drank Earl Grey and chamomile
When I was king and she was so real
When we were Earl Grey and Chamomile



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"The Ballad of Earl Grey and Chamomile" as written by Joie Calio, Michael Gurley, Phil Leavitt

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing Group

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