Gilbert O’Sullivan - We will
Tekst en muziek: Gilbert O’Sullivan

It’s over now, you’ve had your fun
Get up them stairs, go on quickly, don’t run
Take off your shoes, the both of you’s
Leave them down outside the door
Turn the landing light off
No wait, leave it on
It might make the night
That much easier to be gone
And in the morning, who’ll be wide awake
And eating snow flakes
Oh, as opposed to those flakes
We will
We will
We will
We will

That afternoon we spent the day
With uncle Frank (remember?) and his wife auntie Mae
Well, do you know
Since then, I’ve received up to four
Letters all of which repeat the same, yeah yeah yeah
They say thrilled to bits
Can’t believe you came
We’ve relived it both
Over time and time again
And if there’s ever a chance, or even half
You might be our way
Would you promise to stay
We will
We will
We will
We will
Yeah yeah yeah

Oh, it’s not easy pretending
That you cannot hear
Once you’ve suffered the afflictions within
Oh, it’s no use in an ending
To proclaim from the start
That the moral of the stories to begin

On Sunday next, if the weather holds
We’ll have that game
But I bagsy-being-in-goal
Not because I’m good
Or because I think I should
It’s just that, well at
My age I think standing still, woh woh woh
Would really suit me best
Do we all agree
Hands up those who do
Hands up those who don’t
I see, well in that case
Will we please be kind enough
If not on Sunday
To go to mass on Monday
We will
We will
We will
We will
Yeah yeah yeah
We wil

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