Michael WheelerWyatt

(south kensington / LONDON)

RAVI SHANKAR’S DAUGHTER


Ooh – I am in love with Ravi Shankar’s daughter
And she doesn’t even know

Do you think her mother knows what she brought us
Do you think her father shouts from the hilltops?

Ooh – I am love with Ravi Shankar’s daughter
And she really should know

My sweet love – Alleluia
I really want to see you - My sweet lord
I really want to be with you
So I can always hear you play
Hare Krishna

I am in love with Ravi Shankar’s daughter
The spirit in her fingers makes my body quiver

Ravi Shankar’s daughter
Rave Shankar’s daughter

Conduct your life like an Indian Master
The best is still to come in the ever after

Love and space dust inside each and all of us
The coiled serpent – the all Seeing Eye

Submitted: Monday, March 01, 2010
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