Venusian Diamond

Carole King1978年5月1日
歌詞

Venusian Diamond - Carole King

Written by:Carole King/Rick Evers/Mark Hallman/Robert McEntee/Robb Galloway/Miguel Rivera/Richard Hardy/Michael Wooten

On the thirty first day of the summer moon

In the marketplace

 

Somebody touched my hand and said

I was a woman of taste

 

Then with a flutter of wings

 

Amid the clutter of things

 

I saw the Venusian Diamond through a sea of grace

 

It said lay all of your money down

And I will be your own

 

Do it if you can

If you don't you better leave it alone'

 

Then there appeared a serpent hanging

Like a thunder rope

 

He said pull me I did

And fell into the wrong end of a telescope

 

So I began to run

 

I knew not to where I'd come

 

I could hear the Venusian Diamond and it

Gave me hope

 

It said shatter all your images

 

And I will be your own

 

Do it if you can

If you don't you better leave it alone'

 

Selves

Selfish

Selfless

Self

 

Selves

Selfish

Selfless

Self self

 

Selves

Selfish

Selfless

Self

 

Di di di di di di di di

Di di di di di di di di

Di di di di di di di di

Di di di di di di di di

Yeah

 

***歌詞來自第三方***

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