"A World of Our Own" as written by Wayne Anthony Hector and Steven Mccutcheon....
Close the door, light the light
We're stayin' home tonight
Far away from the bustle and the bright city lights
Let them all fade away, just leave us alone
And we'll live in a world of our own

We'll build a world of our own that no one else can share
All our sorrows we'll leave far behind us there
And I know you will find there'll be peace of mind
When we live in a world of our own

Oh, my love, oh my love, I've cried for you so much
Lonely nights without sleeping while I longed for your touch
Now your lips can't evade the heartache I've known
Come with me to a world of our own

We'll build a world of our own that no one else can share
All our sorrows we'll leave far behind us there
And I know you will find there'll be peace of mind
When we live in a world of our own

We'll build a world of our own that no one else can share
All our sorrows we'll leave far behind us there
And I know you will find there'll be peace of mind
When we live in a world of our own

And I know you will find there'll be peace of mind
When we live in a world of our own


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"A World of Our Own" as written by Tom Springfield

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    General CommentStephen was gay. Fact. And this song was written about him wanting a guy he'd met at a seedy back alley gay club in the city (That was all there was and the only place to safely meet another gay guy then) to just come home and settle down as his lover in the straight world of the burbs. And they could live a closeted life that no one else would need to know if they just stayed inside the closet and privately lived. There was no way to ever be any kind of a "normal" couple if you were gay then, you either lived in the city and in the "Gay Ghetto" zone or you lived a very closeted life. Either way you "lived in a world of our own"!
    Scotty
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