"Everything Is Out of Season" as written by Steve Nichol, Jane Eugene, Nick Martinelli and Carl Mcintosh....
Everything is out of season
The price of love is higher than the moo-oo-oon
Everything is out of season
Your kiss is like a wintery fall in June
And quite soon, you will be go-one

Everything is out of season
Your taste is like a frozen tangarine
Shivering without a reason
I think that's gonna be the promontory
Too much sunshine has come my way-ay-ay, baby
I can see you're lookin' fine
Lovin' kept on ice I can use anytime
To love was so much warmer on a colder day
Not so far away
And there's somethin' very strange that I just had to say-ay...

Everything is out of season
And dreams have got a way of growin' old
Everything is out of season
I think I've gone and caught a summer cold
And quite soon, you will be go-one, yeah, baby
Alright (ahh-ahh - ahh-ahh)

I can see you're lookin' fine
Lovin' kept on ice I can use anytime
To love you was so warmer on a colder day
Not so far away
And there's somethin' very strange that I just had to say-ay-ay

Wh-oh-woh-oh, everything is out of season, yeah
Dreams of got a way of growin' old, baby
Everything is out of season
And I think I've gone and caught a summer cold
And quite soon, you will be go-one, baby

Everything is out of season (ahh-ahh)
Everything is out of sea-eason (ahh-ahh)
Everything is out of sea-eason, baby (ahh-ahh) [fade]


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"Everything Is out of Season" as written by Roger John Reginald Greenaway Roger Frederick Cook

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