"Meet The Stars" as written by Robert Peter Williams and Stephen Duffy....
A year before I thought of leaving
I can't remember what I did
Us in bed a made n' veil basement
When you left
Western winter
I hear clatter
Morning dawning
Nothing matters

When we took a cab
Back when cabs had somewhere to go
And we meet the stars
When the stars were people you'd want to know
We were new to fame
I'm so glad you came

Some of us fell by the wayside
Others had it and threw it away
Some caried on pretending
They think they still have it today
The once admired
Look oh so tired
Loose it on
In the night time

And we took a cab
Back when cabs had somewhere to go
And we'd meet the stars
When the stars were people you'd want to know
We were new to fame
I'm so glad I came

Took me years to find my own song
And for years I've thought just sing along
But the words that were wrong
The tune that's true lives on and on
They'll still be here when I'm gone

And we took a cab
Back when cabs had somewhere to go
And we'd meet the stars
When the stars were people you'd want to know
We were new to fame
I'm so glad we came

And we take a cab
Back when cabs had somewhere to go
And we'd meet the stars
When the stars were people you'd like to know
We were new to fame
I'm so glad I came


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"Meet the Stars" as written by Robert Williams Stephen Duffy

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