"Ships That Pass In The Night" as written by David Greenfield, Brian John Duffy, Jean Jacques Burnel and Hugh Alan Cornwell....
We're waiting for better weather on a ship
To pass in the night
Solve all of our problems for us on a ship
To pass in the night
We don't care if it's one way passage on a ship
To pass in the night
Keep all of the lanterns burning for the ship
To pass in the night

Suddenly you see a mast
Approaching you pretty fast
Hope it's not like the last
But it just sails right past

Keep scanning romantic oceans for the ship
To pass in the night
Some kind of religious notion on a ship
To pass in the night
Or vote for a politician as a ship
To pass in the night
Or Pray for a good physician like a ship
To pass in the night

Suddenly you see a mast
Approaching you pretty fast
Hope it's not like the last
But it just sails right past


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