Love Is Dying 
Words & Music by Mick Armitage and Stuart Ward

 Audio sample
This composition emerged from my 'TARDIS' days with Stuart and Christine Ward. I jointly wrote it with Stu between September and October 1978.


Love Is Dying

I hear footsteps walkin',
I hear voices talkin';
Don't care 'bout what the people say.
I feel love is dying,
I hear children cryin';
I fear love has slipped away.

CHORUS:
So come on, before it's too late;
Does there have to be so much hate?
Can't we forgive and make a new start,
And leave the past where it belongs?

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All I know is that I love you,
Even though I should despise you,
And I don't care what people say.
Oh, how can our love be dyin',
After all we've been tryin'?
Maybe we're not tryin' hard enough.

CHORUS:
So come on, before it's too late;
Does there have to be so much hate?
Can't we forgive and make a new start,
And leave the past where it belongs?

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I see things so clear now,
But I just don't know how,
We're ever gonna put things right.
All I know is that I want to;
All I know is that I want you,
And I don't care what people say.

CHORUS:
So come on, before it's too late;
Does there have to be so much hate?
Can't we forgive and make a new start,
And leave the past where it belongs?

Love Is Dying  -  51 seconds audio (Wave) sample (1·1Mb). Click on the icon to download/play.
(Vocals and guitars - Mick Armitage and Stuart Ward.
Tambourine - Mick Armitage.)

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