"All Night Long" as written by Peter Kenneth Frampton and Mick Gallagher....
I First Met You
Way Back When I Knew
We Had Nothin' To Say
But It Was Alright Tonight
Where've You Gone Now?
I Hear You're Living Up Town
Runnin' Round Runnin' Away
All Night Long

The Two Of Us We Said
They Always Talk Too Much
Did You Hear Them?
Callin' Your Name
I Wanted So Much More
Than To Be A Martyr For A Dying Cause
When I Met You
When I First Met You
All Night Long...Gone
She's Packed Her Bags
The Note Reads "Dear Jon"
I'm Leaving Town Soon
Wish Me Well
Off I Go...Fuck You
Your Miserable Life Here And Us Too
All Night Long I'm Thinking
What's Went Wrong...It Was Alright
I Wanted So Much More
Than To Be A Martyr For A Dying Cause
When I Met You
When I First Met You
All Night Long...Gone


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    General CommentThis is a catchy song. It's about a go nowhere relationship.. It seems he knew the relationship was doomed from day one, yet they went ahead and did it anyway; Perhaps out of boredom or lonliness. Oh how I can relate. Great song...
    deepcoveon May 25, 2004   Link
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    General CommentI agree with deepcove. It is pretty catchy. Even though there was no chance, they still wanted to feel loved, or feel like they had someone to be there for them, like me now, I ended a two year relationship and I'm back talking to my high school sweetheart, I think its to get my mind off Josh, but I'm keeping my options open!
    Jeepin0106on May 26, 2005   Link
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    General CommentAhhh... "...to be a martyr for a dying cause" makes so much more sense than "...to be a model for Italian cars." Which is how I heard it at first.
    Sluggoon July 31, 2007   Link

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