"We're Gonna Play" as written by and Matthew Elliott Barber....
I'm seeking someone to save my soul
Searching high but I'm low
I'm gonna start in the middle
With a cat and not a fiddle
And my notes are gonna follow so
Seeking someone to save my soul
Feeling low when I'm high
I'm gonna start at the ending
Cause it's time to start pretending
That I'm doing something with this life
That I'm doing something with my time

Well I want you for my breakfast
And I want you for my lunch
When I sleep in on the weekend
I gonna want you for my brunch
Cause you're the glory in my morning
Well you're the sunshine in my day
And when the whole city is snoring
We're gonna play
We're gonna play

The city's cold and the country's slow
I think I'll float out to sea
And maybe find me an island
Where the water meets the sky
And you'll never ever hear from me
The city's cold and the country's slow
And I'm a long away from shore
And I'm a fool to the little
When our wives have been considered
And my girl is practically next door
And I'm loving her more and more

Well I want you for my breakfast
And I want you for my lunch
When I sleep in on the weekend
I gonna want you for my brunch
Cause you're the glory in my morning
Well you're the sunshine in my day
And when the whole city is snoring
We're gonna play
We're gonna play
We're gonna play
We're gonna play
Get things started right today
We're gonna play
We're gonna play
If you say
You're gonna stay
Than I might never go away
Not another day
Not another day


Lyrics submitted by geekusa

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    General CommentSome of the lyrics are a bit wrong.
    Most obviously: "And I'm a fool to be bitter
    When I wise up and consider
    That my girl is practically next door"
    dcthegirlon October 16, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSelf explainitory lyrics.
    But I really enjoy this song. Haha. It's kinda cheesy, but good regardless.
    guniceon June 14, 2007   Link

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