"The Night Goes On and On" as written by Gavin Bradley Gardiner, Andrew Kekewich, Simon Walker and Andrew Wyatt....
Sarah, please, roll over,
You've been lying there so long.
It's hard just staying sober
When the night goes on and on.
Need to put these old ways to bed --
They keep knocking at my door.
Sarah, please, roll over,
I can't take it anymore.

It's so hard to see
And hard to believe in the stars.
They're just dancing around
Up there, looking down at our cars.
But what would they see
If they were looking at me in the dark,
And I was out in the night,
Out living my life?
Would they say
I took it too far?

This old scenery
Don't do much for me anymore.
I still live by the night,
The dull day from which I was born.
These words that I write,
They just can't be my light on the shore.
And I'm out in the night,
Out living my life like before.

I'm so alone,
I'm just not so sure tonight.
Even if we got it right,
Well, how would we know?
And lately,
Even my closest friends
Are all up on my bed,
And baby, it's starting to show,
Oh, that I was born
In some faraway place,
Where the darkness of night's never known.
When you put your hands
Over my face,
I knew I wasn't alone.


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