"One Shot in the Dark" as written by Graham Goble, Malcolm Wakeford, Stephen Housden, David Hirschfelder, John Farnham, Spencer Daniel Proffer and Wayne Stephen Nelson....
I was hangin' from the rafters
Lookin' through the window
Suddenly my ears were out in the street
Sirens were screaming from far away
All I can feel is the heat

I was at home only yesterday
Something is happening to me
Scared of what I might find
Frightened for the first time
Feels just like a movie here in my room

Sirens are screaming out in the street
People just run everywhere
Chaos and tension inside the heat
Something is happening out there

One shot in the dark
No one heard the dogs bark
There was one shot in the park last night

One shot in the dark
No one saw the blue spark
There was one shot in the dark last night

Hiding on the rooftop, staring at the sky
Waiting for my transport
Take me home
Everyone pushing to get away

I just can't believe what I see
I was at home only yesterday
Something is happening to me

One shot in the dark
No one heard the dogs bark
There was one shot in the park last night

One shot in the dark
No one saw the blue spark

One shot in the dark
No one heard the dogs bark
There was one shot in the park last night

One shot in the dark
No one saw the blue spark
There was one shot in the dark last night

One shot in the dark
The dogs bark
In the park last night

Did anybody see it?
The blue spark
In the park last night

Did anybody see it?
The dogs bark
In the park last night
Everybody heard it


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"One Shot in the Dark" as written by Malcolm Forest Wakeford Frank Housden Stephen

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