"Sideways Eight" as written by William Sergeant and Ian Stephen Mcculloch....
It's us
Counting the one's we love
On the fingers of one glove
Collate
Count all the one's we hate
And side step the sideways eight

Move on, prove and improve on
You'll get your groove on and you'll get there
I'm sorry, baby don't worry
I'm just in a hurry to get somewhere

It's me
Still put an apostrophe's
In every catastrophe
And it's you
Still making analogy's
While I'm faking apologies

So move on, prove and improve on
You'll get your groove on and you'll get there
Sail on, hail and inhale on
Wagging your tail on
A different air

It's us
Counting the one's we love
On the fingers of one glove

So move on, prove and improve on
You'll get your groove on and you'll get there
Sail on, hail and inhale on
Wagging your tail on
A different air

Move on, prove and improve on
You'll get your groove on and you'll get there
I'm sorry, baby don't worry
I'm just in a hurry to get somewhere

I'm getting somewhere
am I getting somewhere
I'm sorry


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"Sideways Eight" as written by William Sergeant Ian Stephen Mcculloch

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