"Reunion Ball" as written by and Stephen Duffy....
The orchestra's yawning, they're sleepy, I know
Oh, but I don't feel like letting them go
Embossed in the melodies
Block capital memory of childish complexities

Reunion ball
Of girls and boys
Who could have done it all
Reunion ball

The heavyweight champion of love and romance
Oh, but my partners weren't given a chance
I met you beneath the clock
Goodnight, goodbye and thanks a lot
Don't wait for the postman's knock

Reunion ball
Of girls and boys
Who could have done it all
Reunion ball

Rotating cylinders that once poured headlines
Still the technology's breadlines
To prove our time is monstrous in its stillness
And I loved you before, before
Before I found out we were poor
And saving for our Sunday best we'll wear to




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"Reunion Ball" as written by Stephen Duffy

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