|Sounds Better in a Song|
Written by OriginalMarkyP on Wednesday, 15th Aug 2018 09:00
We were looking for a manager and then we found a manager, but heaven knows (some of us) are miserable now.
But Stop, Reflection Time! You can't always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you just might find, you get what you need.
Communication breakdown? Definitely Maybe. But C'mon Everybody! Don't leave me this way! Ch...ch...changes? Regrets, we've had a few.
Dazed and Confused? That's just the way it is. You've got fight for your right to party. So come on up let's get this party started! We can't go on together with suspicious minds.
It's going to be a hard day's night. But all of the day, and all of the night...DON'T STOP BELIEVING! We've got to break on through to the other side.
Under pressure? Hey YA! We don't want to give it away now. Believe in Paul and he'll believe in you.
Is he our personal Jesus? Is he just another brick in the wall? MONEY! Money's too tight to mention. And it can't buy you love.
So we've got fight the power. Find the eye of the tiger. We don't want to be losing our favourite game. Where has the love gone? Do we stay or do we go?
We could be standing on the verge of getting it on. Going down? The only way is up. Does it take two (up front) baby? The answer my friends is blowing in the winds. Over the hills and far away.
Give him just a little more time and our love will surely grow. But don't let me down. It's certainly the end of the world as we know it.
But do we feel fine? Let's hope he's the man who can't be moved. And instead of biting the hand that feeds, he can say How Do You Like Me Now?
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