Its ok for today
Lets meet again tomorrow
But for now
I guess I've had enough
Call me up and then
Well talk about the sorrow
From the pistols
The things are half as tough

The wall you built around you
Is impossible to climb
And every time I've tried it
I fell on my face
I've tried to look into you
Believe me that its true
Just like a slick
You slipped out my embrace

I'm gonna buy myself a trumpet
And then I'm learning how to blow
When I've got it
I'll blast down your walls of Jericho
I'm gonna buy myself a trumpet
And then I'm learning how to blow
When I've got it
Ill blast down your walls of Jericho

Last year in September
I remember when we met
Things were easy
Back up we were too
Believe me when I tell you
I can smell you making problems
Lock your heart
And I can hear the tune, babe

I'm gonna buy myself a trumpet
And then I'm learning how to blow
When I've got it
I'll blast down your walls of Jericho
I'm gonna buy myself a trumpet
And then I'm learning how to blow
When I've got it
I'll blast down your walls of Jericho


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Jericho Lyrics as written by Kai-uwe Wingenfelder Christof Stein

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