"Like An Unwelcome Guest" as written by Justin Ross Laffer, Drew Malcolm Wootton, Myles Peter Wootton, Julian Stephen Douglas and Paul Fitzgerald Otway....
We're so sure
All before we ever get caught
We ran by
Under you're old mans eyes we'd move

I hear a back gate slam
And creak as we go through
And the anchor dragging you
Will draw out its line
Through every burnt out shipwreck on the roadside

And like an unwelcome guest
I'll take my time with us

I'll keep you in my mind
My love don't say sorry,just say yes
I'll keep you in mind
My love don't say sorry,just say yes

As we stared into the dark
The place lit like a spark
And I hear the dogs bark like distant drums
And through the sprinklers in the sun I saw us there

If your'e ever that shy get outside
Get a bruise swinging on a clothesline
I'll end up alone there I suspect you'll slip by or I'll forget

And like an unwelcome guest
I'll take my time with us

I'll keep you in my mind
My love don't say sorry,just say yes
I'll keep you in mind
My love don't say sorry,just say yes


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

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