"Amused as Always" as written by Billy Mackenzie and Alan Peter Rankine....
Praise be to chance for meeting us here
We cannot dance, we dance by ear
Feet tap in time out in the streets
We walk in straight lines like some naval fleet

And still we're trying
To find some interesting things to say
Let's talk of a manor or the affluent way
For what it's worth amused as always
Amused as always, amused

Don't be so sure of days in advance
They might never come, praise be to chance
Praise be to chance for setting no rules
The chance it might take may never be cruel

And we're still trying
To find some interesting things to say
Let's talk of a manor or the affluent way
For what it's worth amused as always
Amused as always, amused

Praise be to chance for meeting us here
We cannot




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"Amused as Always" as written by Billy Mackenzie Alan Peter Rankine

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