SPOKEN: Okay, we?re gonna bring it to an end now, ?fraid so. We?re gonna get, gonna lets yous out, so we can get another crowd back in now. Do another show, hey hey hey. I Can Give You Everything.

Hurry won?t you hurry
Hurry won?t you hurry
Light my eyes with your smile
Cross my palm with your thoughts
For the hand that meets the eye
Brings you closer to my mind
?Cos in one crowded hour
You plan to make all the moments
Plan to make the moments, C?mon hey
Last a lifetime

Cos I can give you everything, that I want, bady
Oh I can give you everything, that I want
Yes I can

Yes I wanna, I wanna, I really want, yes I wanna

Horns

All alone in the heat of the night
So come on let?s be strong, yeah
Kindle my soul
For you are my p-p-pride and joy

For it is precious, honey
For it is precious
Sing rejoice, sing rejoice, Ah babe
For it brings us good tidings

Oh I can give you everything, that I want baby
Oh I can give you everything, that I want yes I can

Washed up and dirty
I had no place to go
Washed up and dirty
I had no place to go
Washed up and dirty
I had no place to go
Come on, sing it on out, hey
I had no place to go

I can give you everything
Baby I can give you everything
Say I, I can give you everything
Everything, everything, everything, everything,
everything, everything, everything, everything,
Everything, baby

Oh hurry

EVERYTHING!

Oh won?t you hurry

EVERYTHING!

Oh won?t you hurry, hurry
Come on take it on up

Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything
Come on with your everything

Oh hurry

And you won?t spread my name
You won?t spread my name
You won?t spread my name
You won?t spread my name, hey
Love ya baby

Spread my name

Oh I can give you everything
Baby I can give you everything
I can give you everything
I can give you everything
Everything

SPOKEN: Thanking you, first of all the main thing, we want to thank the charity Nordoff Robbins. Secondly we want to thank the girls for doing a wonderful job on backing vocals. Thirdly, we want to thank the Wren Orchestra for doing a fabulous job with only five days notice. Not forgetting, ladies and gentleman, Rick Taylor the man who put it all together, conducted, re-scored things, done a wonderful job, Rick Taylor. And lastly, and definitely not least thank you for coming along tonight.

All that remains to say now is goodnight, god bless, take care


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