Can you tell me where I might find the Hydra?
Is he wearing a familiar face?
Does he still live below Seventh Avenue
With the princess dipped in lace?

Does he know that I'm a soldier of fortune
And not a victim of circumstance?
We drew lots for his soft underbelly
Now his fate is sealed with my lance

I can tell by the look in your eye
You've never seen the man with nothing to say
I can tell by the look in your eye
You'd better watch yourself, St. George is on his way

Is it true that he's a mighty warrior
And a viper of the first degree?
I've been sentenced here to slay the giant
Geld this fear I cannot see

I can tell by the look in your eye
You've never seen the man with nothing to say
I can tell by the look in your eye
You'd better watch yourself, St. George is on his way

Can you tell me where I might find the Hydra?
Is he wearing a familiar face?
Does he still live below Seventh Avenue
In the slums of Satan's grace?

I can tell by the look in your eye
You've never seen the man with nothing to say
I can tell by the look in your eye
You'd better watch yourself, St. George is on his way

I can tell by the look in your eye
You've never seen the man with nothing to say
I can tell by the look in your eye
You'd better watch yourself, St. George is on his way

I can tell by the, I can tell by the
I can tell by the, I can tell by the
I can tell by the, I can tell by the
I can tell by the look in your eye



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"St. George and the Dragon" as written by David Paich

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    General CommentWrong lyrics, Skippy. This is “Mushanga”, not “St. George and the Dragon.”
    m109186556on July 03, 2018   Link

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