"Will It Be You? (Chapter 4)" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Stephen William Negus, Michael Anthony Sadler and Peter Rochon....
The stage is set, all ships have arrived
We know that only one will survive
Will it be me, will it be me, will it be you?
Suspension plates are drawn in tight
Central towers alert to the fight
Will it be me, will it be me, will it be you?
If you bring some you know
I'll have one better
What you want to know
I'll own forever
For years you've watched my vision grow
It's now come time for you to know
Will it be me, will it be me, will it be you?
Are you quite sure you've grown so strong
Since last we met it's not been long
Will it be me, will it be me, will it be you?
If you bring some you know
I'll have one better
What you want to know
I'll own forever
Southwest sector, they're at your door
Silos release black interceptor
Will it be you? Time perfection, defense selection
Intercept without detection
Will it be you?
My contact's made with your feeble raid
Your fleet lies silent, black starlit grave
Will it be me?
Computer dance
Metallic romance
It really seems you had no chance
Yes ! It will be me.


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"Will It Be You? (Chapter 4)" as written by James Crichton Ian Crichton

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