"Every Day" as written by and Steve Hackett....
Can you light a fire in Winter's face
Or say why a life has gone to waste
Pleasure Island was an overcrowded place

Cleopatra's Needle conquered fear
One more nail in your coffin dear
Endless torture for at least two thousand years

Every day

What's the use of friendship, who am I
Hell bent on destruction, how I tried
You became a ghost to me long before you died


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"Every Day" as written by Steve Hackett

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    General CommentHackett's "Every Day" is spoken from the point of view of one who has failed to get a friend clean and sober and off drugs, and has failed -- the friend is now dead, though had already behaved like a zombie.
    Brother0Johnon August 17, 2014   Link

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