"This Night Won't Last Forever" as written by Roy Freeland and Bill La Bounty....
Everybody likes a celebration
Happy music and conversation
I'd be lyin' if I said I didn't have the blues
In the corner there's a couple dancin'
From the kitchen I can hear her laughin'
Oh I wish I was celebratin' too

I know this night won't last forever
I know the sun's gonna shine sometime
I need some hope for a bright tomorrow
To show this heart is gonna mend just fine

So pardon me for my disposition
Wish I didn't have to sit and listen
She's playin' the same old songs on the stereo
She's been lyin' since the day I met her
I'd be better off to just forget her
Oh I would rather be lonesome all alone

I know this night won't last forever
I know the sun's gonna shine sometime
I need some hope for a bright tomorrow
To show this heart is gonna mend just fine

Such a ridiculous situation
Pretending that nothing's wrong
She's comin' on with the invitation
I wonder who is takin' her home

I know this night won't last forever
I know the sun's gonna shine sometime
I need some hope for a bright tomorrow
To show this heart is gonna mend just fine

I know this night won't last forever
I know the sun's gonna shine sometime
I need some hope for a bright tomorrow



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"This Night Won't Last Forever" as written by Roy Freeland Bill La Bounty

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