"What will you do (when the money goes)" as written by Joseph Carnall, Louis Ian Carnall, Joseph Thomas Green and Thomas Lee Rowley....
I can see a darker side,
I can see it in your eyes,
Maybe things have happened in your life,
And maybe that's the reason why,
You're playing for a one-man side,
It's alright when you're winning though,
But, when you lose, you lose alone.

So, what will you do when the money goes?
What will you do when the money goes?
What will you do when the money goes?
What will you do when the money goes?

Would you ever want to know my name?
If we hadn't met this way,
Do you seriously think i believe you,
When you say,
you're looking out for everyone,
But that can't be much fun,
Cause sooner and you never have before,
So now your intentions was come into question.

What will you do when the money goes?
What will you do when the money goes?
What will you do when the money goes?
What will you do when the money goes?

When our house disapears (What will you do when the money goes?)
And nothing left but souvenirs, (What will you do when the money goes?)
Will that be the moment when you realise?
Will that be the moment when you realise?
Will that be the moment when you realise that you,
Had better change your ways.

I can see a darker side,
I can see it in your eyes,
Maybe things have happened in your life,
And maybe that's the reason why,
You're playing for a one-man side,
It's alright when you're winning though,
But, when you lose, you lose alone.

You lose alone.

You lose alone!

You lose alone!

You lose alone!

You lose alone!

You lose alone.

You lose alone.

Always alone.

You lose alone.

You lose alone.


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    General Commenti like this song but it gets annoying after a while..
    all that repetition - and i like repetition!!!
    Chilled_Tigeresson October 30, 2008   Link

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