"Over the Rooftops" as written by John Peter Aston, Peter Risingham and James Stevenson....
I still want your lovely head
The words that spill off your perfect lips
You are in a state
Here we go under the
Here we go in heaven 69
What is it I want to get from you
Well, I leave it in your hands
You gave me hope, I gave you despair
My dignity is flowing off your chair
All the way home, under the rooftops
here we go over the hills

You said it could be better, I don't know
You said it could be better, I don't know
You said it could be better, I don't know
You said it could be better, I don't know
Here we go, out on the weekend
All the way home


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"Over the Rooftops" as written by John Peter Aston James Stevenson

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