"Plage" as written by Sebastian Robert Lloyd Pringle, Gilbert Vierich and Graham Winslow Dickson....
Do you want to go
To the plague with me?
I'm going down-down-down
There for the morning,
Most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
Calm down-down-down,
My love is calling.

Do you want to go
To the plague with me?
I'm going down-down-down
There for the morning,
Most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
Calm down-down-down,
My love is calling.

Come over here with your heart
And I will love your heart with mine.

Do you want to go
To the plague with me?
I'm going down-down-down
There for the morning,
Most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
Calm down-down-down,
My love is calling.

It's half-past the moonlight.
Nobody would see us go.
(And I wonder) If....
Maybe you will look into my eyes
And you will see just what you done to me.

Time is short. You know you live one life.
It was love at first sight.
And being by your side is the only thing on my mind

Do you want to go
To the plague with me?
I'm going down-down-down
There for the morning,
Most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
Calm down-down-down,
My love is calling.

Come over here with your heart
And I will love your heart with mine.

So do you want to go
To the plague with me?
I'm going down-down-down
There for the morning,
Most beautiful girl I've ever seen.
Calm down-down-down,
My love is calling.


Lyrics submitted by LiSsS, edited by Fabien, monkeyarms11

"Plage" as written by Graham Dickson Gilbert Vierich

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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  • +4
    Lyric CorrectionSome pretty big corrections: Firstly, its 'plage' not 'plague' throughout the song - it's French for beach.

    Secondly it is 'down-down-down there (at) 4 in the morning' instead of 'there for the morning' and this is supported by where he says that 'it is half past the moonlight, nobody would see us go'. I'm not sure if it says 'there at 4' or 'there 4', it sounds like he half says 'at' and it makes more sense if he does.

    Also, I believe that it is 'come down-down-down, my love is calling' at the end of each chorus. It is either 'come' or 'come on' or 'going'. Definitely not 'calm down', because he is asking her to 'come down' to the beach (plage).

    Fantastic song though!
    porkypoodleon October 10, 2011   Link

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