"Ceasefire" as written by Leslie George Carter and James Neil Morrison....
A husband and wife and a whore
Bang, bang
A family of five maybe four
Bang, bang

Everyone sing till you're sore
Bang, bang
There's no such thing as civil war
Bang, bang

It's a license to kill the old and the ill
The skilled and unskilled
But if you desire, we could pull down the wire
If you'd only ceasefire

The uncle, the aunt and the niece
Bang, bang
The long and the short and obese
Bang, bang

The vicar, the friar and the priest
Bang, bang
All pray for the fire to cease
Bang, bang

It's a license to kill the old and the ill
The skilled and unskilled
But if you desire, we could pull down the wire
If you'd only ceasefire

Johnny won't be marching home
No such person, no such zone
But if you desire we could pull down the wire
If you'd only ceasefire



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"Ceasefire" as written by Leslie George Carter James Neil Morrison

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