"Even The Stars" as written by and Andrew Peter Hargreaves John Harold Arnold Bramwell....
Did you crack the sky wide open
To find what was inside?
Is it not what you were hoping
Another case of do or die

Did you cross the bridgeless gulf of chatter?
Did you say just one thing that mattered?
Did you skate on the cold water of reason?
Make figure eights on the logic of it's reason?
Even the stars die

In the end, what do things matter?
God knows I'm not unkind
I saw it sparkle and then shatter
God knows I've half a mind

I'm the queen of street-light conversations
Idle dreams, fatal fascinations
Feel the clout, the clamour and the clatter
See the day as the night begins to shatter
Even the stars die

Did you cross the bridgeless gulf of chatter?
Did you say just one thing that mattered?
Did you skate on the cold water of reason?
Make figure eights on the logic of it's reason?
Even the stars die



Lyrics submitted by supersonic1983, edited by ponz

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