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Little Children

This song is by Giles, Giles and Fripp and appears on the album The Cheerful Insanity of Giles, Giles & Fripp (1968) by Giles, Giles & Fripp.

The innocence of little boys
The taste of love they don't enjoy
But when they look and they see
To where their loving will be
Live love and then they'll learn to play

The innocence of little girls
Their life a world of long tied curls
But when they look and they see
To where their loving will be
Live love and then they'll learn to play

Tastes of love with which they toy
Tastes of life which never cloy
Children will learn and enjoy

Where in this world would they find
Truth and peace of mind
Except at Downshire Hill?
And will they see liberty
Or feel love and charity?
Not at Downshire Hill

Tastes of love with which they toy
Tastes of life which never cloy
Children will learn and enjoy
Children will learn and enjoy

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written by Robert Fripp.

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