"Courage" as written by Robert Marshall Scott, Kaye Adelaide Woodward, Paul Christopher Kean and Malcolm Ian Stewart Grant....
And you'll see no reason, to find the courage
You'll find no worry, so seal the surface
And they're all behind you, and they're waving covers
But you'll hear no words, and you'll see no reason
And under cover, they find their surface, to show their purpose
Too far from home, on the sane, you'll lie where we stand, in the home

So take the book, and tear it open
Oh at the page, you read there
You own this portion, your own worst fears, and you put the book, back so quickly

and they're all doing courage, at all the parties
You'll find no worry, at the party
You try to turn it round, you've got to live it down, in the heart

Has she got no point, as we come to the end of
My scene in the sunset, I've got no worries

And you'll find me waiting, on a street called courage, and all those pictures
They made me suffer, but I knew better, cos I had you there
And I had courage, to find the answer there
And a sense of where, it's alive

And all those worries, they fly into space, and you'll find no reason to see my face


Lyrics submitted by Thermidor

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