"Cheque in the Post" as written by Roger Charlery and Mickey Billingham....
Cheque in the post, cheque in the post
I`m looking for a world that cures my fears
Wishing that security was here
Forgetting all the rudes, bads, wrongs

Wanting all the wants that make you strong
Those moments when you want to be on top
Knowing there`s a day you`ll have to stop
Remembering the way i got this far
Write it in ink, I`ll take it

Cheque in the post
Never know what`s coming down your way
Turn time around to make the bad things go away
Cheque in the post

You never know what`s coming down your way
Some things can make you change your mind
It`s not how you do it, it`s who you know
Discover all the routes and paths to take

Look out for the cons the sharks and the fakes
I was looking to be free but that came last
Trying to escape but not so fast
Knowing that i`m bound to go astray
Maybe i`ll try another

Cheque in the post
Never know what`s coming down your way
Turn time around
To make the bad things go away

Cheque in the post
You never know what`s coming your way
aah
Cheque in the post, cheque in the post

I`m looking for a world that cures my fears
Wishing that security were here
Forgetting all the rudes and bads and wrongs
Wanting all the wants that make you strong

These moments when you want to be on top
Knowing there`s a day you`ll have to stop
Remembering the way I got this far
Write it in blood, I`ll take it

Cheque in the post
Never know what`s coming down your way
Turn time around
To make the bad things go away
Cheque in the post
You never know what`s coming down your way

Cheque in the post, cheque in the post
Cheque in the post, cheque in the post


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"Cheque in the Post" as written by Roger Charlery Mickey Billingham

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