I spoke to God
And he said to me
That he was troubled by our hypocrisy
He was trying to speak
But he could not breathe
The smoke and the smog
Was not of the weed

I said, do you ever smoke homegrown
He said, I used to live in a house on my own
And when I created the world that you know
I planted myself
Some of that homegrown

What comes of the earth is being presently spent
And what comes to life
Must die in the end
Can it be used with some common sense
If it's making rope it might as well be making us...

Free your heavenly hold on me
And let us drift beyond the world and the sea
Enter the souls of all colours and creed
Then surely we'll find the source of this common need

I spoke to God
And he was telling me
About the people across the eastern sea
How they were so close
He had no privacy
The secret it lied within purity

I said, do you ever smoke homegrown
He said, I used to live in a house on my own
And when I created the world that you know
I planted myself
Some of that homegrown

Cheers lads
I'm losing it now
You smoke so much
I live in a cloud
The worlds become
A room of its own
At least the devil
He doesn't smoke
Homegrown

Free your heavenly hold on me
And let us drift beyond the world and the sea
Enter the souls of all colours and creed
Then surely we'll find the source of this common need

Do you ever smoke homegrown
I used to live in a house on my own
And when I created the world that you know
I planted myself
Some of that homegrown

God was a friend who I wanted to stay
But he went away with the smoke of that day

Do you ever smoke homegrown [3x]

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