"Adored And Explored" as written by and John Richard Coxon Peter Marc Almond....
Wild wild child of the London night
Prowling under cover of the city lights
Waiting for a chance to strike, strike, strike
You're gonna strike at my heart
Tonight
There's trouble going on
Behind your eyes
Blue little eyes
Where trouble lies
They gave you too much trouble
But not enough time
The time starts here
And here you'll find
I want to be inside
Be inside your mind
Riding where your secrets hide
And worship at the shrine
It's time to be adored and explored
So you wanna be adored and explored
And you're gonna be adored and explored
So come on and be adored and explored
There's a storm coming up behind your eyes
You're gonna give the world a big surprise
They gave you too much trouble but not enough time
Now there's plenty of time so for now be mine
It's time to be adored and explored
So you wanna be adored and explored
And you're gonna be adored and explored
So come on and be adored and explored
No more tears
For downtrodden years
You're an undiscovered land
Unexplored by man
Open your mind
Leave it all behind
Its all there to find
In a too bright mind
Unconventional child
You ran too wild
Now its written in the sky
You'll emerge as the butterfly
As the butterfly
So you wanna be adored and explored
And you're gonna be adored and explored
Yeah, it's time to be adored and explored
So come on and be adored and explored
Adored and explored
You wanna be adored and explored (x3)
Adored and explored
Adored and explored...



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"Adored and Explored" as written by Marc Almond John Richard Timothy Coxon

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