"The Sun Never Sweats" as written by Michael John Mckean, Harry Shearer and Christopher Guest....
Bolder than the pirates who used to rule the sea.
Braver than the natives, who never heard of tea.
They never knew what hit them, said the Spaniards later on.
Empire! It was here and now it's gone.

Even the biggest elephant never forgets
And the sun never sweats. No, the sun never sweats.

You were younger than a virgin,and older than the sea.
You were angel, you were devil, and I was all of me.
You knew you met your master, when I made you stay at home.
Woman! Whatever made you roam.

Even the hardest concrete never quite sets.
And the sun never sweats. No, the sun never sweats.

(Guitar solo)

Losing is for losers, and winners play to win.
Always love the sinner, you may even like the sin.
The door that used to open has now closed without a crack.
Woman, you're like the Empire, and I still want you back.

We may be gods or just big marionettes,
But the sun never sweats.
Life is a gamble, and we're all placing our bets,
And the sun never sweats. No, the sun never sweats.


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"The Sun Never Sweats" as written by Harry Shearer Christopher Guest

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