"The Pleasure Room" as written by Anthony Peter Ritchie, Peter John Southern and Lance King....
What's your pleasure
No one needs to know

No one needs to know

I'm in league with strangers, I'm talking all the time
How's the weather?
When I need the danger, I find it every time
Come whatever

'Cause I'm damned if I'll be chastised
For my healthy wholesome pastimes
And I pray that I'll remain forever more
In the pleasure room, the pleasure room
The pleasure room, the pleasure room

No one needs to know

Is the weakness winning? Scared of what you'll find
Pain or pleasure
If your dream are damning, are you the forgiving kind
For now, forever?

All at once I feel the weight of what I've seen
And how I've prayed
That one day I'll be safe, forever more
In the pleasure room, the pleasure room
The pleasure room, the pleasure room

No one needs to know

As I weep inside my prison cell
I keep alive my private hell
I pray that I'll remain forever more
In my pleasure room, my pleasure room

My pleasure room, my pleasure room
My pleasure room, my pleasure room
My pleasure room, my pleasure room

No one needs to know
No one needs to know
No one needs to know
No one needs to know
No one needs to know


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"The Pleasure Room" as written by Lance King Anthony Ritchie

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