"Footsteps in the Hall" as written by Ian Stevenson Crichton, James Dickson Crichton, Michael Anthony Sadler and James Gerad Gilmour....
The sound is getting closer
The footsteps in the hall
I can hear them talking
I listen through the wall
It sounds to me like someone is
Heading for a fall
Maybe I should follow
The footsteps in the hall

[Chorus]
Do what you want to
You're too late
I'm watching you
Do what you want to
It's far too late
I'm on to you

Now I hear the door close
I step out in the hall
I listen through the doorway
I listen through the wall
Maybe I could stop this or maybe I should call
It sound to me like someone is
Heading for a fall

[Chorus]

The elevator opens
I run back to my room
I hear a lot of voices
They'll get him very soon
I don't know when he's comin'
I don't know what to do
Now the room is silent
We'll all be in the news

[Chorus]

Now here comes the victim
He doesn't have a clue
Then I hear the room scream
"Surprise" this night's for you


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"Footsteps in the Hall" as written by James Dickson Crichton Ian Stevenson Crichton

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