"And On We Go" as written by and Stephen Duffy....
It happened in the afternoon
When soon enough was not too soon
A man was walking on the moon
Like they used to do
And I was sitting on the steps
Waiting for whatever next
A baby reached out for the breast
It all was good and new
Amazed that every breath could happen

On and on and on we go
Where we're going we don't know
We'll find out tomorrow
If we find out at all
On and on and on we go
Woven in a great tableau
A winding tune on an old banjo
You heard when you were small
Still goes on for us all

I kissed you in the car
On the way to the Australian bar
And make love by the reservoir
With a girl from Cowleigh Park
There's so much I'd like to forget
That memory has got typeset
And love becomes a silhouette
Featureless and dark
I'm amazed I am still breathing

On and on and on we go
Where we're going we don't know
We'll find out tomorrow
If we find out at all
On and on and on we go
Woven in a great tableau
In Moscow and El Paso
It goes on for us all
It goes on for us all



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"And On We Go" as written by Stephen Duffy

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