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Spoke [Red Release] (Spoke) · When Last I Spoke to Carol (Morrissey) · Aeon Spoke (Aeon Spoke) · She Spoke to Me in French (Jamie Trench) · When He Spoke (Jim Nabors) · Since We Last Spoke (Rjd2) · Spoke (Calexico) · Spoke (Calexico) · Since We Last Spoke [Bonus Tracks] (Rjd2) · Angels Spoke (Jamie Lynn Noon) – and 3 other albums »


On his way to dinner when it took him by suprise
And with one pull of the trigger he would vanish overnight
Dancing by the roadside, holding on for
On his way to dinner when it took him by surprise
And with one pull of the trigger he would vanish overnight
Dancing by the roadside, holding
Perry Mason
He would sue them 'til they are scrawny
Instead of lying there dying young

Sometimes when he's angry
He has a sharp tongue
The experts,
When Uncle Toad spoke it was not a pretty sight

Uncle Toad tucked in the compost pile
Out by the back door, look at him smile
He said, ?Kid stop
Nicodemus came at night so he wouldn't be seen by men
Saying, "Master, tell me why a man must be born again."
When He spoke to them in the city, did they
a man of no reputation 
And by the wise, considered a fool 
When He spoke about faith and forgiveness 
In a time when the strongest arms ruled 
But
girl just opened it and read it to herself
And I was so embarrassed when she turned around and said.

I'm already taken you spoke up too late
I love
a look
And he told us what he saw when it's easy to see
It's goin' by the book
It's goin' by the book

There's armies in the cities and the missiles stand
The blonde-haired girl just opened it and read it to herself
I was so embarrassed when she turned around and said

I'm already taken
You spoke up too late
I love
her husband could be tonight
And when the phone rang only once she took a dreadful fright

Little things just seem to undermine her confidence in him
He
Tonight by the glow of the firelight
You found the courage to speak your mind
And tear down the walls
You've been hiding behind

You spoke of your
speaking
Thought I was feeding her some old line
 
When I spoke of a cold winter's morning
A duck blind and a river of gray
The sound of the snow softly
(So sweet, so sweet)
When He spoke to me
(So sweet, so sweet, yeah)
Just the sound of His voice
(So sweet, so sweet)
When He spoke to me
(So sweet,
War, war, war, war, war, war, war
On a silent shore
I spoke to god
The sun is down
Assemble the great pandemonium
War

One more down by
him
He was late this time last week
Who can she turn to when the chance of coincidence is slim
Cause the baby isn't old enough to speak

[Chorus:]
War, war, war, war, war, war, war
On a silent shore
I spoke to god
The sun is down
Assemble the great pandemonium
War

One more down by
This is the story 
'bout Perry who came home 
Late one night! 
Must have been about a 
Two or three am, 
Something like that! 
Gotta get me some
enemy
As she sailed upon the lowland, lowland, lowland
Sailed upon the lowland sea.

Then up spoke our cabin boy and boldly out spoke he
And he said
And I thrilled to the way he spoke my name
When he thinks of the true love he's been missing
He'll be coming back to stake his claim

Stay with me,
War, war, war, war, war, war, war
On a silent shore
I spoke to god
The sun is down
Assemble the great pandemonium
War

One more down by
I was backstage
Couldn't believe my luck was in
I saw him approach
Wearing a most approachable grin
When he said hello
I was surprised he spoke
Still Her Little Child 
Words and music by Ray Boltz and Steve Millikan
When she laid him in a manger
He was still her little child
In a city
books he owned
Kepted his mind sharp as a tack
The family bible and the farmer's almanac

When to plant
When to harvest
How you weed just what you
War, war, war, war, war, war, war
On a silent shore
I spoke to god
The sun is down
Assemble the great pandemonium
War

One more down by
When he spoke she smiled in all the right places
In her smile he saw the poison she tasted
She wasn't listening to the sweet words
He wasn't