"Turn the Heater On" as written by and Peter Hook Bernard (gb 2) Sumner....
It's a hard way to come home
You've got me on my knees
But the walls are tumbling down
The falling night believes

Listening through months and years
I can't forget that you were here
I feel your presence everywhere
In the corner over there

Turn your eyes from me
It's time for me to go
Across the hills and over the sea
I want you more than I know

It's a wild world out there
And nobody gives a damn
In a cold blood we don't care
And we don't want to understand

I'm sitting here alone at night
My sleepless eyes are open wide
What do you want me to say?
What we had has gone away?

The sky is high the road is long
Show me what I should have done
What do you want me to do
Take it all away from you

Turn your eyes from me
It's time for me to go
Across the hills and over the sea
I want you more than I know

Turn your eyes from me
It's time for me to go
Across the hills and over the sea
I want you more than I know


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"Turn the Heater On" as written by Peter Hook Bernard (gb 2) Sumner

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