"The Interview" as written by James Dickson Crichton and Michael Anthony Sadler....
Good afternoon! May I introduce myself?
With a story to be told you may need help
I know you were a headline for some time
But now you're part of a motionless mime
Lights have dimmed and times have changed
And the world is watching a different stage
Don't you think it's time we had a younger face?
You can slip away with no disgrace
So tell me ...
How long should we wait around
Don't you understand, when you're down we're down?
The memory of a lasting fame
Is better fed on reruns, no shame
So tell me ...
There's one thing I must know
Tell me why you can't let go
There's one thing we must know
Tell me, why won't you let go?
How long do you think you'll last
Living with a continuous past
As you stare at us we say,
"You're looking less like me each day!"
And there's one thing I must know
Tell me why you can't let go
There's one thing we must know
Tell me, why won't you let go?
Tell me
Why can't you let go?


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"The Interview" as written by Michael Anthony Sadler James Dickson Crichton

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