"Come on Now" as written by and Dan Goodwin Patrick Fitzgerald....
I think it's time to wake my friend
Invisible men with the forever grin
We do wrong but we do it together
He stops me of thinking of people to murder

I must keep it together
I hate to compromise
But when the felons are out feloning
He is a place to hide

And his laugh, it gets me through
Those troubled hours of men in suits
And his face, it gets a smile
Erases their skyscraper lies

I take him out to save my skin
When I can't last the evening
Dresses my lips with angel kiss
Under lemon moons and ice-cube licks

I must keep it together
I hate to compromise
But when the felons are out feloning
He is a place to hide

And his laugh...

Come on now, come on now, we can beat the storm

For your face a sacrifice
For your grace, a higher life
In the cave behind your eyes
Where we can climb and we light fires

We'll light fires




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"Come on Now" as written by Julian Swales Dan Goodwin

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