Let go of all your fears, don't run and hide
Just open up, let me come inside
Earth is where heaven is once we get into it
It's no need to speak but just wanna do it

You feelin' depressed, give it to me
Stress, give it to me, give it to me

So good
So good
So good

Very provocative plus a little deeper
You mind if I get a little deeper?
Got somethin? to share with you
I got wisdom to teach you

[Incomprehensible] spot, somethin? to reach you
In the clothes you were born in
Late in the night, again in the mornin?
You say, schboo, your face, your taste, skin, space, I'm in

So good
So good
So good

Seventies black zodiac poster positions
Venus and Mars this the God kiss the star system
Recepshirage, dick is hard with the bard's rhythm
Stay up the paws, lick guitars with the God's wisdom

Is it startin? to rain? Yes
Such a beautiful pain, give it to me
Undisputable claims, give it to me
For a suitable

So good
So good
So good
...


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