"End Of The Party" as written by Andrew Cox, Roger Charlery, Everett Morton, David Steele, David Frederick Wakeling and Wesley Magoogan....
She said to leave it till the end of the party
Do it now, you know there's never a next time
How come the feeling that it's only just started
Pull back your cover, I could love you for all time

But do it now, you know there's never a next time
The bees are busy,
Now there's gold on the hill
The branches waving

But our hearts are wrapped up inside
And then you leave me, so I start missing you a lot
No argument oh do I love you or not
No argument, you have all the love that I see as mine

Pull back your cover, I could love you for all time
But do it now you know there's never a next time
She said to leave it till the end of the party
How come the feeling that it's always just starting

The bees are busy
Now there's gold on the hill
The branches waving
But our hearts are wrapped up inside

And then you leave me so I start missing you a lot
No argument oh do I love you, I love you or not
Oh treat him like a baby please
Oh treat him like a baby please
Strength is not the same as anger
Put the taste back into hunger

Searching the box, looking for what?
I love you, I love you or not?
Strength is not the same as anger

Put the taste back into hunger
Searching the box looking for what?
Pushing the gear back into top?

Put the first back into class
Lose your bottle break the glass
You'll wind up high and dry with just this slow cold comfort
Oh treat him like a baby please

Love you or not?
Oh treat him like a baby please
Love you or not?
Oh treat him like a baby please
Love you or not?
Oh treat him like a baby please


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"End of the Party" as written by David Steele Andy Cox

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