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Pyramids High - Pharaoh's Cry

 

Can't Take it With You

Spent the days how you wanted to,
Bought things for all their worth.
I will sing for the fallen you,
You can't take it with you,
But some will try.

Try, some will try,
Pyramids high, pharaoh's cry.

Don't despair if she's slipped away,
Don't envy the boss's pay.
You've been ripped off so many times before,
The cheats seem to get their way.
Anger builds and you're full of hate,
Watch the house lords rake it in.
But tell the cheats that you've won the day,
Cause' you can't take it with you,
But some will try.

I will sing for the fallen you,
I will sing for the hoarder you,
I will shout for the fallen world!

We live in a zoo, hands tied I can't do,
A human zoo.

Well hand me a bottle of wine,
Give to me a barrel of moonshine.
We all need an antidote,
To cure this world of no hope.

Well hand me a bottle of wine,
Give to me a barrel of moonshine.
Pyramids that touch the sky,
Excavation - pharaoh's cry.

Try, some will try, pyramids high,
Pharaoh's cry.

Can't take it with you!
Can't take it with you!
Can't take it with you!
Can't take it with you!

But some will try!

Listen to the music:
Can't Take it With You by Sinfear and the Love
from the album "Sin - Fear - Love"
1993 - 4:57 - BM204

John Buckingham - lead vocals, electric guitar, midi-synth and drum programming
Jules Buckingham - penny whistle, sax, harmony vocals
Jane Buckingham - harmony vocals
Rob Fish - acoustic guitar

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© John Buckingham 1992


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