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The Unicorn and The Wasp
Information:
Author Jonathan Mourant
Runtime 4:28
Track No. 9
Contributors:
Band Electric Guitar and Vocals, Bryson Debroni



Lead Electric Guitar and Backing Vocals, Robert Ingram



Piano, Sam Shelton



Bass, Jon Mourant



Drums, Cam Frieson

Jazz Band None
Strings None
Choir None

LyricsEdit

12:39—I’m just writing a line,
Logic and reason on my heart and mind.
Stone on the brink—a missing link
Between my words and what they really think.

A world unknown, here I’m writing a poem,
Life displayed—that’s all I’ve shown.
Will you recall a tower’s fall?
Fifty years what then seemed so small.

Once it was a large creation
A work of art,
A cosmic spark,
A wondrous star now born,
To blaze and shine
For now this time
Or a crack in the sky is torn.

Little cost—the unicorn and the wasp.
Fifty billion novel ideas or time well lost.
Murderous rage, so I turn the next page.
Can I sit in culture to a new age?

A room on fire
The jewel thief liar,
Surviving work
Or alien birth.
Me, insect as a lonely spire
Such little cost
The unicorn and the wasp.

Once it was a large creation
A work of art,
A cosmic spark,
A wondrous star now born.
To blaze and shine
For now this time
Or a crack in the sky is torn.

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