Herman’s Hermits - No milk today
Tekst en muziek: Graham Gouldman
(1966)








No milk today, my love is gone away
The bottle stands forlorn, a symbol of the dawn
No milk today, it seems a common sight
But people passing by don’t know the reason why



How could they know just what this message means
The end of my hopes, the end of all my dreams
How could they know a palace there had been
Behind the door, where my love reigned as queen



No milk today, it wasn’t always so
The company was gay, we’d turn night into day



But all that’s left is a place dark and lonely
A terraced house in a mean street back of town
Becomes a shrine, when I think of you only
Just two up two down



No milk today, it wasn’t always so
The company was gay, we’d turn night into day
As music played, the faster did we dance
We felt it both at once, the start of our romance



How could they know just what this message means
The end of my hopes, the end of all my dreams
How could they know a palace there had been
Behind the door, where my love reigned as queen



No milk today, my love is gone away
The bottle stands forlorn, a symbol of the dawn



But all that’s left is a place dark and lonely
A terraced house in a mean street back of town
Becomes a shrine, when I think of you only
Just two up two down



No milk today, my love is gone away
The bottle stands forlorn, a symbol of the dawn
No milk today, it seems a common sight
But people passing by don’t know the reason why



How could they know just what this message means
The end of my hopes, the end of all my dreams
How could they know a palace there had been
Behind the door, where my love reigned as queen



No milk today, it wasn’t always so
The company was gay, we’d turn night into day



But all that’s left is a place dark and lonely
A terraced house in a mean street back of town
Oh, all that’s left is a place dark and lonely
A terraced house in a mean street back of town
Oh, all that’s left is a place dark and lonely
A terraced house in a mean street back of town











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