The Medal Song (2003 - Remaster)

The Medal Song (2003 - Remaster)

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Sun go east, sun go west
Sun go east, sun go west

You used to say love and be loved all the time
'Til you discovered feelings were a failure sign
When it rains, it rains so hard
The tears begin to show
Now it's raining in my heart
I want the world to know

Life will never be the same as it was again
Life will never be the same as it was again
Through my anger and my joy, my tears and pain
Life will never be the same as it was again

Beneath the sea of Hollywood where Frances used to reign
They trade their deepest wishes for a part in someone's game
Spirits die alone at night
For life they cannot hold
I would rather dance with you
Than have a medal to show

Life will never be the same as it was again
Life will never be the same as it was again
Through my anger and my joy, my tears and pain
Life will never be the same as it was again

Sun go east, sun go west
Will I wear a medal again
Sun go east, sun go west
We can dance and bring on the rain

Now I say love for love, not a space in time
The strangest things can shatter kings and take away what's mine
When it's raining in my heart
I want the world to know
I would rather dance with you
Than have a medal to show

Life will never be the same as it was again
Life will never be the same as it was again
Through my anger and my joy, my tears and pain
Life will never be the same as it was again

We are just everyday people, not a theatre company
Everyone wants to join us, there's no fear in us you see
It's me for you and you for me

Sun go east, sun go west
Will I wear a medal again
Sun go east, sun go west
We can dance and bring on the rain

Written by O'DOWD, GEORGE/MOSS, JON/CRAIG, MICHAEL/HAY, ROY
Published by EMI Music Publishing

Lyrics Provided By LyricFind Inc.

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