"Cheap Champagne" as written by John Davis and Laura Burhenn....
Falling, falling down again.
Watch your, watch your step.
They're lying the traps along the avenues.
Believe the boulevard's a mess.

And they sell us pretty pills to take the pain away.
They sell us pretty pills to ease the pain.
They let us wash it down with cheap champagne.
They sell us pretty pills to ease the pain.
But they're not fooling me.
Oh oh oh, they're not fooling me.

Across the, across the universe,
They're calling us by name.
But the radio frequency
is jamming up again.
And we cant hear the sound of symphonies
over some simple melody.
The boots, they finally march so willingly.
And we cant hear the symphony.
Theyre not fooling me.
Oh oh, they're not fooling me.
Oh oh...

Falling, falling down again.
Watch your, watch your step.
They're lying the traps along the avenues.
Believe the boulevard's a mess.

And then they sell us pretty pills to take the pain away.
They sell us pretty pills to ease the pain.
They let us wash it down, down, down with cheap champagne.
They sell us pretty pills to ease the pain.
But they're not fooling me.
Oh oh, they're not fooling me.



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    General Comment"The boots, they finally march so willingly."
    i dont know if this is right, if someone could help me out that would be great.

    by the way, just be warned that all of the lyrics ive done have been by ear and theres something im pretty sure isnt right in every single one of them. so dont attack me if theyre wrong, please!
    pimpmylizon October 11, 2007   Link

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