"Carry On" as written by Gwynne Davies and Dorothy Varick....
It's casting a silhouette as the shadow hits the wall
It's bearing a burden of, what we had before
I'm slowly weakening
I'm crashing out
I'm holding on as we fall down

Carry on, this isn't over
What was I, thinking of
I was out of line
And I would never go
Carry on

You soaked your cigarette
The rain's hitting at all cost
You said "I've had shallow days
But never have I felt lost"
And I can't hide that something's gone
But we don't need no gospel song

And you know that I
I just want to Carry on

Carry On, This isn't over
What was I thinking of
I was out of line
And I would never go
Carry on, Carry on

Until now,
All I can remember
Is the fire we burnt out
We're cold and stole
I'm feeling no sensation
I'm alone without you

Carry on
This isn't over
What was I thinking of
I was out of line
and I would never go
Carry on, carry on

I just wanna carry on
This isn't over
What was I thinking of
I was out of line
And I will never go
Carry on carry on

On my knees life's just not worth living
I'm on my knees for you

On my knees life's just not worth living
I'm on my knees for you

I just wanna carry on
This isn't over
what was I thinking off
[fade]

You never meant that
you never meant that
I never said that
I wanna carry on
You never meant that
What's really going on
I never said that
I wanna carry on
You never meant that
You never meant that


Lyrics submitted by Paronomasia

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