"Fine" as written by Glenn Hughes and Tony Iommi....
Someday you will have to choose
It doesn't really matter, I'll be fine
There will be just love and sorrow
It doesn't really matter, I'll be fine
Living with this indecision
I will keep on breathing, I'll be fine

I was here to let you in
Now I will let you go, I'll be fine
I will turn and walk away
Someday you will see, I'll be fine

There's a rose in England's glory
You paint perfect picture story
You're living in a masquerade
Don't try and shake my life

I saw you in the papers
I got you in my head
And now I'm getting better
You know it can't be bad

They're going to make a movie
About the life I led
And I will see you later
Cause I've been feeling sad, I'll be fine
Fine, fine

You don't need to understand
Cause you don't even know me, I'll be fine
So open up the simple life
The universe is waiting, I'll be fine

There's a rose in England's glory
You paint perfect picture story
You're living in a masquerade
Don't try and shake my life

I saw you in the papers
I got you in my head
And now I'm getting better
You know it can't be bad

They're going to make a movie
About the life I led
And I will see you later
Cause I've been feeling sad, I'll be fine
Fine, fine


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"Fine" as written by Tony Iommi Glenn Hughes

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