" Dividing Line" as written by Gerard Starkie, Ray Chan, Dylan Keeton, John Langley and Julian Pransky-poole....
Party animal or a bird in a cage
Mine is a double the spirit of the age
Money for old rope, the coin spinning round
Your time is up, your time is down

I could read a book, I could watch a film
I could spend a day perfectly still
A solitary ring on a link in a chain
We could look alike but we're not all tame

I want it, I want it all the same
But I'm learning on the way
I wanna remember all the colours and the sounds and the shades
But I'm learning on the way

There's someone here to freeze, it couldn't be
A lot of people tease that we were free
I fell off my chair, I flew into the air
But I didn't land, didn't land nowhere

I want it, I want it all the same
But I'll learn it on the way
I wanna remember all the colours and the sounds and the shades
But I'll learn it on the way

I don't care what they were doing before
I don't care what, they could do it again, again
I don't even care what they are doing here right now
But I'll learn it on the way

And the margin's so wide there's a line down the middle
Straight down the middle a dividing line
Never, never, never getting anything together
Never getting anything together one time

I want it, I want it all the same
But I'll learn it on the way
I wanna remember all the colours and the sounds and the shades
But I'll learn it on the way

learning on the way


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"Dividing Line" as written by Gerard Starkie Dylan Keeton

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