"It's Early Days Yet" as written by John Melville Lee Archer, Geoffrey Franklin Crosby, Douglas James Falconer, Robert David Miles, Mark Jeremy Seymour, Michael Bernard Waters and John Albert Howard....
An uncertain spotlight is shining on you
An uncertain spotlight is burning for you
I lit it up with an engine, now its rolling for you
And a thousand little golden eyes are watching over the hillside
Into this valley of discontent
Let everybody see them trees untwisted
You may think the night is over
And you may think this dream is finished
Well you may think that big daddy's claw
Has already thrown the switch
It's early days yet Jack, it's early days
It's early days
An uncertain spotlight is shining on you
An uncertain spotlight is burning for you
It's early days yet Jack, it's early days
You'll be cleaning your scars soon
You'll be living in a Savlon world
You'll be giving orders and taking them too
Just like them aging gunrunners do
An uncertain spotlight is shining on you


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