I'm in work in an hour and a half
And the gin is still fresh on the end of my scarf
How long can we keep up with this?
And if we didn't is there anything that we would miss?

The sun comes up over Raven South
You're a raving, misbehaving mouth
I never thought that we'd like each other
But lo and behold
This love will last forever and ever and ever
Here come the young men

I'll never show my back to the painting
Youth encompassed, ready and straight in
She looks at me like nobody else can
Eye to eye, eye to eye

Are we getting older?
Are we getting wiser?
Or are we getting none of the above?
And does it matter when
This love will last forever and ever and ever
Here come the young men

This love will last forever and ever and ever, and then

And so the party's finished
Serotonin has diminished
The curtains become see through
And there's a Cadbury's flake in the corner
And we'll be doing it all again
Weekend in Burnage was our den
A bond we made together

This love will last forever and ever and ever
Here come the young men.


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