A figure of fun for you
I never put a foot out of line for you
Seems like a hell of a thing to do

Put a foot right, put a foot right
And then step out of line
Put a foot on the most offended sole

Put a foot right, put a foot right
And then step out of line
Put a foot right on the most offended sole

I heard the bells at midnight and they were beautiful
Call it ever what you will, but we'll never know until
I heard the bells at midnight and they were beautiful
Calling home is not that far
Got so close but not cigar, oh

It'll be good to say I used stars to find the way
But my feet they trip and stray

Put a foot right, put a foot right
And then step out of line
Put a foot right on the most offended sole

Put a foot right, put a foot right
And then step out of line
Put a foot right on the most offended sole

I heard the bells at midnight and they were beautiful
Call it ever what you will, but we'll never know until
I heard the bells at midnight and they were beautiful
Calling home is not that far
Got so close but not cigar, oh


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Bells At Midnight song meanings
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