"Destiny Calling" as written by Timothy Booth, James Glennie, David John Baynton-power, Saul Davies and Mark Hunter....
So we maybe gorgeous
So we maybe famous
Come back when we're getting old

Cover us in chocolate
Sell us to the neighbors
Frame us on a video

Clone us in a test tube
Sell us to the multitude
Guess that's the price of fame

She likes the black one
He likes the the posh one
Cute ones are usually gay

Here we come this is our destiny calling
We're freaks
This is our destiny calling
Unique
This is our destiny calling now

Don't believe the adverts
Don't believe the experts
Everyone will sell our souls

Get a little wiser
Get a little humble
Now we know that we don't know

Tell us when our time's up
Show us how to die well
Show us how to let it all go

Here we come this is our destiny calling
We're freaks
This is our destiny calling
Unique
This is our destiny calling now

Some fat cat's playing the roulette with lives
This game is fixed it's all a lie
Some fat cat's playing the roulette with lives
This time is good, there's no straight lines
Some fat cat's playing the roulette with lives
Forget myself we're all entwined
There's no straight lines

Here we come this our destiny calling
We're freaks
This is our destiny calling
Unique
This is our destiny calling now

Here we come this our destiny calling
We're freaks
This is our destiny calling
Unique
This is our destiny calling now

This is our destiny calling
Now


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"Destiny Calling" as written by James Glennie David John Baynton-power

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentNo comments!!!! why? this is one of the best James songs. i love it! I read somewhere that its a dig at the music industry with references to the spice girls and the monkees. such a great tune.
    sOCS479on January 04, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI love this song! I love James! This song is so obvious though i guess that's why no one commented
    Bonavoxon June 20, 2005   Link
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    General CommentMost plainly stated James song I've heard, and thats a lot. A nice big dig at the Pop Industry, well plenty of material to go off there. Fantastic accuracies and a good song.
    Andrew_on August 13, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti didn't know this was a dig at the music industry, althou the lyric

    "She likes the black one
    He likes the the posh one"

    makes sense if it's about the spice girls, top tune no matter what it's about!
    avd_1988on March 17, 2008   Link

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