"On The Turn" as written by Cormac Murray Battle, Darragh Butler and Colin James Fenelly....
I can't seem to think straight.
I know I've had a little much too?
Am I over acting this time?
I know.
So give me a try,
Could you have a little patience?
I know, I really didn't mean it.
You're the limit on the inside.
At least it's on the turn.
Leaning over from behind.
Work on the assumption.
Wrecking heads.
I will comply.
I don't mind if you don't speak.
Do I care for your retreat?
Will you let me come around, oh yeah.
Pucker up it couldn't hurt you.
Let me go and then I'll work you.
Simmer down.

We'll struggle in the end.
I can't seem to walk straight.
I know I've had a little much too?
Am I over acting this time?
I know.
So give me a try,
Could you have a little patience?
I know, I really didn't mean it.
You're the limit on the inside.
At least it's on the turn.
We have to lean over from behind.
Work on the assumption.
Wrecking heads.
I will comply to your lame suggestion.
Spinning is the face I see.
Is it your complexion?
I know that the joke's on me when it's my reflection.


Lyrics submitted by Harry Manback

"On the Turn" as written by Cormac Murray Battle Colin James Fenelly

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