"The Singer Sang His Song" as written by and Barry Alan/gibb Gibb....
He'd sing his song most ev'ry night
Wishing she was there behind the light
The people danced and sang along
On the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong

And the piper played the tune
And the drummer wore his spurs
But the song that the singer sang was for her

Now the singer's song is never heard
And the visions he once saw are disappeared
Now they never dance or sing along
But on the cardboard stage he never sang it wrong

And the piper played the tune
And the drummer wore his spurs
But the song that the singer sang was for her

Ah..........


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"The Singer Sang His Song" as written by Maurice Ernest Gibb Barry Gibb

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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