"Sooner Or Later" as written by John Charles Lodge and Justin Hayward....
Both of us too fucking stubborn
Neither is willing to give just a little
Ramming our heads into nothing
Winning a war that is non-existent

Sooner or later will we work together?
Who knows?
Or will we resign to the fact that that's just how it goes?

You're seeing things in your own way
While I'm seeing things in the opposite
And we think we're so fucking different
Unwilling to buckle or deal with it

Sooner or later will we work together?
Who knows?
Or will we resign to the fact that that's just how it goes?

Sooner or later will we work together?
Who knows?
Or will we resign to the fact that that's just how it goes?

Sooner or later will we work together?
Who knows?
Or will we resign to the fact that that's just how it goes?


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"Sooner or Later" as written by Kevin Seconds

Lyrics © BOB-A-LEW SONGS

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    General CommentWow, first comment?

    Well, all I have to say is, this song is so very powerful, kicks off the whole Good To Go album so well, and really grabs you by the throat and forces you to listen to its message.

    But to my interpretation of the lyrics: I believe he is telling another person, perhaps a friend or someone from a different political/social/religious/etc. view, that they only fight and make a fuss over their differences, while they instead should work together rather than fighting each other. Or, if that doesn't work, just give up and accept that they're different and it's "just how it goes."

    I guess the message is rather obvious, but there you are. Great, great song!
    RyanMcGinnison June 14, 2007   Link

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