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Barbra Streisand

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Moonlighting

He sees her at the same time every night
At the Mexican discotheque
She gives him French kisses
He gives her French cigarettes
They sit at the same table every time
The lights are low, but their eyes shine
Just digging the music from those sweet soul bands
She keeps him outta fights, holds on to his hand
 
He whispers slowly, 'Tonight’s the night'
Months of planning, so it’s gotta be right
Under the table her bag is bursting at the seams
She made sure to bring everything
 
Moonlighting, they’re leaving everything
Moonlighting, they’re losing all their friends
Moonlighting, it’s the only way
It’s frightening, but it means they’ll stay
Together, they’re gonna make it together
 
His blue Morris van is parked in an alley
Just by Montague Street
His friend Eddie, he did the respray
So he couldn’t drive it all last week
And it cost most of the money that he had saved up
To pay Eddie’s receipt
But he figures it’s worth it ‘cause the disguise is a must
When they go missing they’re gonna look for the van first
 
She whispers slowly, 'It’ll be alright
I took some cash from my building society
And my monthly cheque came in just right'
If only they knew they were giving it away
 
Moonlighting, they’re leaving everything
Moonlighting, they’re losing all their friends
Moonlighting, it’s the only way
It’s frightening, but it means they’ll stay
Together, they’re gonna make it together
 
9:15 Monday morning at the printing works
The boss notices someone’s not clocked in
And the water department of the council offices has a message
That Mrs. Park’s daughter is missing
Meanwhile, the Carlisle turn-off of the M6 Motorway
Drinking cold black coffee, eating hot cup-cakes
She stares at him with his beard unshaved
Wonders at his powers of staying awake
 
He whispers slowly, 'You did just fine'
They shared the driving all through the night
She laughs, 'My mother will have lost her mind
We’re only ten miles to Gretna, they’re three hundred behind'
 
Moonlighting, they’re leaving everything
Moonlighting, they’re losing all their friends
Moonlighting, it’s the only way
It’s frightening, but it means they’ll stay
Together, they’re gonna make it together
 
Moonlighting, they’re leaving everything
Moonlighting, they’re losing all their friends
Moonlighting, it’s the only way
It’s frightening, but it means they’ll stay
Together, they’re gonna make it together
 

It was gone

What left, your soul
Start to, pull apart
And I know, what you don't
 
Would you stay with me?
 
We stayed up every night
And slept when it turned light
We killed our empty past
And burned it on the grass
And you said you were fine
Clouds covered the sky
Rain began to fall
It was gone
 

04. Forever Autumn

[Narrator: Richard Burton ('The Journalist')]
For three days I fought my way along roads packed with refugees, the homeless, burdened with boxes and bundles containing their valuables. All that was of value to me was in London. By the time I reached their little red brick house, Carrie and her father were gone...
 
[Verse 1: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
The summer sun is fading as the year grows old
And darker days are drawing near
The winter winds will be much colder
Now you're not here
 
[Verse 2: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
I watch the birds fly south across the autumn sky
And one by one they disappear
I wish that I was flying with them
Now you're not here
 
[Chorus: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Like the sun through the trees you came to love me
Like a leaf on a breeze you blew away
 
[Verse 3: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Through autumn's golden gown we used to kick our way
You always loved this time of year
Those fallen leaves lie undisturbed now
 
[Refrain: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Cause you're not here
Cause you're not here
Cause you're not here
 
[Narrator: Richard Burton ('The Journalist')]
Fire suddenly leapt from house to house, the population panicked and ran and I was swept along with them, aimless and lost without Carrie. Finally I headed eastward for the ocean, and my only hope of survival: A boat out of England...
 
[Chorus: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Like the sun through the trees you came to love me
Like a leaf on a breeze you blew away
 
[Verse 4: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
A gentle rain falls softly on my weary eyes
As if to hide a lonely tear
My life will be forever autumn
 
[Refrain: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Cause you're not here
Cause you're not here
Cause you're not here
 
[Narrator: Richard Burton ('The Journalist')]
As I hastened through Covent Garden, Blackfriars and Billingsgate, more and more people joined the painful exodus. Sad, weary women, their children stumbling and streaked with tears, their men bitter and angry, the rich rubbing shoulder with beggars and outcasts. Dogs snarled and whined, the horses' bits were covered with foam…... and here and there were wounded soldiers, as helpless as the rest. We saw tripods wading up the Thames, cutting through bridges as though they were paper - Waterloo Bridge, Westminster Bridge…... One appeared above Big Ben
 
[Martians]
Ulla!
 
[Narrator: Richard Burton ('The Journalist')]
Never before in the history of the world had such a mass of human beings moved and suffered together. This was no disciplined march, it was a stampede, without order and without a goal, six million people, unarmed and unprovisioned, driving headlong. It was the beginning of the rout of civilization, of the massacre of mankind...
 
A vast crowd buffeted me toward the already packed steamer. I looked up enviously at those safely on board - straight into the eyes of my beloved Carrie! At sight of me she began to fight her way along the packed deck to the gangplank. At that very moment it was raised, and I caught a last glimpse of her despairing face as the crowd swept me away from her...
 
[Chorus: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Like the sun through the trees you came to love me
Like a leaf on a breeze you blew away
 
[Verse 5: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Through autumn's golden gown we used to kick our way
You always loved this time of year
Those fallen leaves lie undisturbed now
 
[Refrain: Justin Hayward (Sung Thoughts of The Journalist)]
Cause you're not here
Cause you're not here
Cause you're not here
 

No One

Not having someone day by day
I want to go to bed
And there is no one who loves me
As I look at my love-line
I try not to bother
I try I try
 
Tonight I stand on my own
Sat in the corner every night
Every night.
 
She said it will be fine in the end.
 
Not even
Faint glances of interest
I'm the poorest of a child
As throw
My thoughts in to a fire
The swirling of small noisy tantrums
 
She said it will be fine in the end.
 
I know a palm reader
She said she doesn't know what it means
When there is a scar
She said she will look it up
When she gets home
She never told me, no.
 
She said it will be fine, in the end.