"Last Night Of Not Knowing You" as written by and Darren Hanlon....
I’ve been through it all, sorted shade from light
Recounted each step that I made on that night
Along stone cobbled streets scribbled throughout the town
To a candlelit bar, university ground
A friend in a band was what brought you there too
On the last night of not knowing you

An arrangement of strangers, tables and chairs
Tobacco and wine left me fuzzy upstairs
But what weak minds prevent well hard proof may allow
Did my eyes have a spark that they seem to have now
A blurred photo taken that eve holds not a clue
On the last night of not knowing you

I’ve counted each hour, I’ve been through it all
Each coin spent at the bar and each game of pinball
Days from last week I cannot tell fiction from fact
But that night upon request I could reenact
In a town far from home I was just passing through
On the last night of not knowing you

It's easy to say with hindsight in your hand
Some divine puppeteer had the whole meeting planned
But what if the promoter had of pulled out as some promoters do
The band wouldn't have played the gig, it would have fell through
An earthquake could have split this planet in two
On the last night of not knowing you
The last night of not knowing you


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