"Drama!" as written by Erica Wright and Tyallen Macklin....
One rule for us
For you another

Do unto yourself as you see fit for your brother.
Is that not within your realm of understanding?
A fifty second capacity of mind
Too demanding?

Well then poor unfortunate you
There are a myriad of things that you can do
Like pick up a pen and paper or go talk to a friend
The history of the future
No violence or revenge.

Your shame is never ending
Just one psychological drama after another.
You are guilty and how you ever entered into this life

God only knows the infinite complexities of love.
We all have the ability
Our freedom is fragile.
We all laugh and we cry don't we? We all bleed and we smile.

Your shame is never ending
Just one psychological drama after another.
You are guilty and how you ever entered into this life

God only knows you're not to sacrifice the art of love.
Your shame is never ending
Just one psychological drama after another.
You are guilty and how you ever entered into this life

God only knows the infinite complexities of love.
We are guilty and how we ever entered into this life
God only knows we're not to sacrifice the art of love.
We are guilty and how we ever entered into this life

God only knows the infinite complexities of love.
We are guilty and how we ever entered into this life

God only knows the ultimate necessity of love.


Lyrics submitted by fletch699

"Drama" as written by Tyallen Macklin Erica Wright

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, TUNECORE INC

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    General CommentMy favourite Erasure song,it has really good video,with Vince and Andy being buried under all this falling plastic..Plus vince has long[ish] hair!
    Razormasticatoron April 15, 2004   Link
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    General CommentAlso my favourite Erasure song (and featuring JAMC!)
    carcrashkisson July 02, 2010   Link

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