Jethro Tull:Ladies

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Artist: Jethro Tull
Albums: WarChild (1974)

Ladies of leisure
With their eyes on the back roads
All looking for strangers
To whom they extend welcomes
With a smile and a glimpse of
Pink knees and elbows
Of satin and velvet
Good ladies, good fortune

They sing of their heroes:
Of solitary soldiers
Invested in good health
And manner most charming
Whose favors are numbered
(None the less well intended)
By hours in a minute
By those ladies who bless them