"Sole Salvation" as written by Andrew Cox, Roger Charlery, Everett Morton, David Steele, David Frederick Wakeling and W Magoogan....
Of course I want there to be an us
I've always wanted that
And if giving time and patience
Trying hard to understand
We never feel the power of our own hands
Sense the danger late
And only vaguely ever grasp the means of our sole salvation?

What then?
Do it right, do it now
Here there, everywhere
Shouting out I'm mad as hell
He pushes his legs against the bed
And feels the triumph flooding through his head
He could conquer, he could win
Now that dying only means you're not in next week's program
Stop being a baby

Will you stop, will stop it
Won't you stop play-acting little man?
Just how long till you drop it
Will it be this year, next year, sometime, never?
Stop, when you feel like saying have a heart but don't take mine
There's a new dance the tolerance
And it just might be your sole salvation

Sole salvation
Sole salvation
Sole salvation
Oh yeah
Skabadoo, skabaday

Make a cross
Make amends
Set the record straight
We've never said the only things we should have ever bothered saying

Lets write out a list of things we need
Lets strike a brand new deal
That's strong for any man
But has a woman's understanding in it
And then finish

Sole salvation
Sole salvation
Sole salvation

Just stop, when you feel like saying have a heart, but don't take mine
Try a new dance the tolerance
It just might be our sole salvation
Sole salvation, sole salvation, sole salvation
Sole salvation, sole salvation, sole salvation
Sole salvation
Oh yeah yeah
Skabadoo, skabaday
Skabadoo, skabaday
Skabadoo, skabaday
Skabadoo, skabaday


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"Sole Salvation" as written by David Wakeling Wesley Magoogan

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    General CommentI LOVE this song!! I see at as a couple having problems communicating. In the end they compromise and act more tolerant toward each other.
    I love this verse..He pushes his legs against the bed
    And feels the triumph flooding through his head
    He could conquer
    He could win
    Now that dying only means you're not in next week's program
    Stop being a baby

    It seems to mean that yeah you can win every argument if you want, but it could end your relationship.
    kisses4meon January 26, 2007   Link

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