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El Schlong

Lyrics

Harbour Cone

(Music and lyrics by Leah Hinton, 2006)

Walking
A long way to go
Inhale
Gases to replace
Wonder
What the day will bring
Tired is creeping amongst the depletion of the will to go forth, continue what could bring
The peak

Don't lag behind

Take a deep breath, you've got gases to replace

Call off the meetings
Call off your bloodhounds
We're not coming down
Call off the deadline
Call off call waiting
You'll be waiting a long time
Call off the programme
Call off the schedule
There's a long way to go
Call off your meetings
Call off your bloodhounds
We're not coming down
We're not coming down

Swallow
Back the ache and climb
Inhale
Gases to replace
This day
Could be the best day
Tired is creeping amongst the depletion of the will to go forth, continue what could bring
The peak
Don't lag behind

Take a deep breath, you've got gases to replace

High above the cloud parts
Revealing what we've sought
Glorious the peak
Come, follow us

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