"Straight Down the Line" as written by Martin Noble, Jan Scott Wilkinson, Neil Hamilton Wilkinson and Matthew James Wood....
Straight down the line with love, straight down the line with hate
I never felt so good, I never felt so great
It all looks so familiar, it's all very few willing to (sic)
Cross the military ground I am lost but I'll be found
Sunshine, gunfire, enemy I won't be getting hurt today
Fifteen miles without a break just for one more month of grace

I have said romance is dead
Created destruction in my head
But I did not know it's a soldier soaked in blood
But I never felt so good

Straight down the line with love, straight down the line with hate
I never felt so good today, I never felt so great
He made me a meal out of the scraps then he talked to a photograph
He would rather take your pain than see you get hurt this way
'Cause you can't make it alone, you can't make it alone
You can never go, you can never know

Don't go any further, don't go any further

I never knew that it could feel so good, I never knew that it could feel so good, ah
I never knew that it could feel so good, I never knew that it could feel so good, ah

'Cause a feeling I know is a soldier soaked in blood, but you never felt so good

Straight down the line with love, straight down the line with hate
I never felt so good, I never felt so great
Straight down the line straight up the field straight down the line nothing is real
Imploding come bursting, better yet the scent of death


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"Straight Down the Line" as written by Martin Noble Jan Scott Wilkinson

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