"Billoddity" as written by Neil Halstead, Ian Mccutcheon, Alan Forrester and Nick Holton....
Beauty and Bore are having a good time
They split all the fun, it's good for the both of them
And when they get high, too much your good song
They sit on the stairs

Holdin' hands and holdin' hearts
Holdin' hands and holdin' hearts

This hard line, is stretching time across your life
So, why defy it?
This hard wind, makes you float above these things
So, why defy it?

What you gonna say?
What you gonna say?
What you gonna say?

Holdin' hands and holdin' hearts
Holdin' hands and holdin' hearts

Beauty and Bore are having a good time
They spit on the phone, it's good for the both of them
A stranger place, is where they get they're war torn year
It's hard to face, to make you feel it

Make you feel it, make you feel it
Make you feel it, make you feel it
Make you feel it




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"Bill Oddity" as written by Ian Mccutcheon Alan Forrester

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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