"Tonight [Stereo]" as written by and Roy Wood....
That's the road
It's over there
And leading down to nowhere.
This is the age when you're allowed
To have your own care
If you were half so bright
You'd plan your life ahead
Instead of waiting 'til you're old in your bed.

I'll be over tonight
If you say you might
I'll be over tonight
Need to put you right.

I'm so used to waiting that's entirely
Your decision don't be restricted
By the weightless views you're given
If you were half so bright you fight them
From the head
Instead of saving 'til your young heart is dead.
I'll be over tonight

Well I know what you wrote in your overcoat
But don't want to take it too far
Oh I think you won't but I know that you don't
You always say that you are

Never let the riches that my endless need will give you
Show some concern for all the love
That you must live through
If you were half so bright
You'd plan your life ahead
Instead of waiting 'til you're old in your bed.


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"Tonight" as written by Fiona Sheree Kernaghan

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