"Get on the Bus" as written by and Martin James Carr....
Though you know you have to go
It's much too hard to do
Pack all your things
Though you only have a few
We have got no business here
There's nothing left for us
Get on the bus...

Streets stretch out miles ahead
Half blind wishing I'd come to bed
Where's he? I told him there
On this day at this hour
I don't want to make a scene or cause a fuss
Here it is right on time, it really is a must
Get on the bus

Streets stretch out miles away
As we have this curse place on time
Where next I've no idea
Ask the driver if you care
I don't want to make a scene or cause a fuss
Here it is right on time, it really is a must
Get on the bus

So we proved we're alive
Showed that we can beat time
Another one joins the line of those who've died
But I still see
Yes I still hear
And Oh! what a time we had
Oh! what a time we had...


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"Get on the Bus" as written by Martin James Carr

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