Here's a name you cannot forget
Her name is Glynis, yes
And with these tears of respect
Conforms a sadness
For anyone who's ever lost
One who's dearest, and the love of a friend

On our worried knees
Given to all beliefs
Scarecrows and disease haunt us all
Ooh, bury your heads in the sand
Ooh, bury your heads

So have we stumbled from grace
Are we being punished for fate
My god is subtle and great
He can't be wounded
By the gossip and the hate of the frightened
Who turn their backs on the sea, yeah

Fear that grips us all
Gives us an awful sound
Can't help anything but ourselves
Ooh, bury your head in the sand
Ooh, bury your head, yeah
Ooh, bury your head

Ooh, I believe in one love
Ooh, I believe in one love
Ooh, I believe in one love
Yeah, yeah

Lyrics submitted by kahlan, edited by mightymse17

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    General CommentYes, there is a little bit of an interview on my version where billy does confirm that it's about the above mentioned Glynis, or rather the reactions of others to her death. I don't know where it came from though, my uncle sent me an album called Soaping Windows, I think it came off Napster or I tunes, look there.
    chardsofglasson August 05, 2006   Link

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