"The Song Goes On" as written by Simon Fowler, Stephen Cradock, Damon Minchella and Oscar Lloyd Harrison....
Never left at all, you were there before
Never let it go, now I need some more
But you did confuse me, you get it on, get it on
If I had to use me I'd be there in the song

And the song goes on
Ah yeah, and the song goes on

I've been by the sides
Wouldn't you agree with me?

Never fought it off, kept away, oh, so bad
Didn't like your world or the way you had
You secure your choice, you're around like a voice
Never let you know, you were there every word

And the word goes on
Ah yeah, and the word goes on

I've been by the sides
Wouldn't you agree with me?

It depends on whose doorway you walk through
To find the truth
It depends on whose doorway you walk through
To find the truth

Never left at all, you were there like before
Never let it go, now I need some more
Oh, you did confuse me, you're in my way on and on
If I had to use me, I'd be there in the song

And the song goes on
Ah yeah, and the song goes on

It depends on whose doorway you walk through
To find the truth
It depends on whose doorway you walk through
To find the truth

It depends on whose doorway you walk through
To find the truth
It depends on whose doorway you walk through
To find the truth



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"The Song Goes On" as written by Oscar Lloyd Harrison Damon Minchella

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