Rhys Langston – Ignatius Speech Lyrics

Speak up, yes
Speak up
Speak up, yes
Speak up, speak up

Waking up to tea
Take the caffeine
Why can’t I sit down?

(no, no, no, no, no, no, no)

Waking up to tea
Take the caffeine
Why can’t I sit down?

(no, no, no, no, no, no, no)

Double booked, bagged, and
10 minutes steeped, I said
“this mind is mine to keep”

Though regaled from the
Point of sale to your
Effigy, no social receipts

I can’t seem to bend my knees
Or to fold 90 degrees:
A layman lying on a public dais
Spurt open valves in Ignatius speech

Another morning pot of tea

That blend you gave to me
Steamed I drunk it all
Like a monarch

Blank verse leered with
Whitened teeth sovereignty—

A full theatrical release
Promotions

Well canonized now
The unraveling performance of
Some unclear love poetry

Waking up to tea
Take the caffeine
So can’t I sit down

(no, no, no, no, no, no, no)

Double booked, bagged, and
10 minutes steeped, I said
“this mind is mine to keep”

Though regaled from the
Point of sale

I think that’s cool man. It’s little like a little interlude

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