"Starting Out" as written by Grant Walmsley, David Gleeson, Brad Heaney, Richard Lara and Paul Woseen....
What a lovely way to start a Saturday,
And what a lovely time I'm having too.
There is no other way I'd spend my Saturday,
In fact there's nothing else I'd rather do.

That may be so but what about the turns and the temptations,
You keep hanging there.
Starting out it doesn't take the best of me,
The hard part's when it gets towards the end.

Starting out it doesn't take the best of me,
The solitude ends up my only friend.
Maybe I'm supposed to be your enemy,
Maybe I'm supposed to be your friend?

Maybe you don't want to know me,
And maybe you're set on demands,
And maybe you don't even understand.
That may be so but what about the turns and the temptations,

You keep hanging there.
Starting out it doesn't take the best of me,
The hard part's when it gets towards the end.
Starting out it doesn't take the best of me, that's when the solitude ends up my only friend,

My only friend,
My only friend.
Starting out it doesn't take the best of me,
You know the hard part's when it gets towards the end.

Starting out it doesn't take the best of me,
Well I said,
The solitude ends up my only friend.
Starting out it doesn't take the best of me, that's when the solitude ends up my only friend,

My only friend,
My only friend.


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"Starting Out" as written by David Gleeson Brad Heaney

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