"Merman" as written by and Tori Ellen Amos....
Go to bed
The priests are dead
Now no one
Can call you bad
Go to bed
The priests are dead
Finally you're in peppermint land

He's a merman
He doesn't need your voice
He's a merman

Go to bed
Dream instead
And you will find him
He's a merman
To the knee
Doesn't need something you're not willing to give
He's a merman
Doesn't need your voice to cross his lands of ice

Go to bed
The priests are dead
Now no one
Can call you bad
Go to bed
The priests are dead
Finally you found him

Let it out
Who could ever say you're not simply wonderful
Who could ever harm you
Sleep now
You're my little goat

Go to bed
The priests are dead
And come sing it all again
Go to bed
Past the apple orchard
And you'll feel nice

Two can play
I said, two can play


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"Merman" as written by Tori Ellen Amos

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    General CommentCorrect lyrics:
    go to bed
    the priests are dead
    now no one
    can call you bad
    go to bed
    the priests are dead
    finally you're on peppermint land

    he's a merman
    he doesn't need your voice
    he's a merman

    go to bed
    dream instead
    and you will find him
    he's a merman
    to the knee
    doesn't need something you're not willing to give
    he's a merman
    doesn't need your voice to cross his lands of ice

    go to bed
    the priests are dead
    now no one
    can call you bad
    go to bed
    the priests are dead
    finally you found him

    let it out
    who could ever say you're not simply wonderful
    who could ever harm you
    sleep now
    you're my little goat

    go to bed
    priests are dead
    and come sing it all again
    go to bed
    past the apple orchard
    and you'll feel nice

    two can play
    i said, two can play

    Crystalline888on April 11, 2009   Link

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