"Raised At Midnight" as written by and Terence George/tyler Mcdermott....
Let me explain of my young life
Of the people who called me their own
It's true to say that life's never easy
But the soul of their love isn't gone

Well, I said that I'd love more than fiction above
And I'd pray if I thought things would change
Oh, but now I'm told that feelings I hold
Are just fiction that's worthless again

We are, still are
More than you will ever be
More than you will ever see

We are, still are
Trying to make it out of here
Let us be together, let us be

In the red half light, I was raised at midnight
Just as the last throws began
The people were leaving in a fashion deceiving
To the eyes of a means to an end

Well, I said that I'd love more than fiction above
And I'd pray if I thought things would change
Oh, but now I'm told that feelings I hold
Are just fiction that's worthless again

We are, still are
More than you will ever dream
Understand and you will see

We are, I know we still are
Trying to make it out of here
Let us be together
Together, together, together
Let us be together




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"Raised at Midnight" as written by Jack Ferguson Morrice Jack Morrice

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