"True Believers" as written by Mark Jeremy Seymour, Barry John Joseph Palmer, Douglas James Falconer, Michael Bernard Waters, John Albert Howard, John Melville Lee Archer, Robert David Miles and Jeremy Stuart Smith....
I know your face, I've seen it before
A faded memory, a voice through the door
Tell me your name - are you friend or foe?
A star-crossed lover with nowhere to go

True believer you're an open book
The stalls are empty everywhere you look
So long to a night well spent
You can't remember where the money all went

You only did it for the good times
One of the true believers
I know the pleasure that you live for
Must be the last of the self-deceivers

Let's go dancing in our Sunday clothes
Let's raise a glass to the life we chose
Can't believe after all these years
You're still laughing - it brings me to tears

Sinking slowly - the champagne flowed
I was a child up until you showed
Don't be ashamed - let there be no regrets
For the nights of madness we can't forget

You only did it for the good times
One of the true believers
I know the pleasure that you live for
Must be the last of the self-deceivers

Tell me your secrets - I'll keep you in mind
A true heart is the hardest to find
I know your face - I've seen it before
A faded memory at the nightclub door

You only did it for the good times
One of the true believers
I know the pleasure that you live for
Must be the last of the self-deceivers

You only did it for the good times
One of the true believers
I know the pleasure that you live for
Must be the last of the self-deceivers

Did it for the good times
Did it for the good times

Good times
Did it for the good times...


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