Sing Out The Song

Album: Wishbone Four (1973)
  • Remember the bar garden
    Glass filled with beer
    Nothing to lose, only good times to gain
    A friend to help along
    When the words wouldn't come
    CHORUS:
    Sing out the song brother
    Sing it loud and clear
    Then we'll laugh together
    Like the old days (so dear)
    The rusty guitar
    Its sound filled the air
    Out of tune choruses
    That didn't sound quite there
    How about the joker
    He got his laugh and then he said
    CHORUS
    The way the things are now
    It's not the same anymore
    And I sometimes wish that
    We could all sit down together
    And sing it all again
    Writer/s: ANDREW POWELL, DAVID TURNER, MARTIN TURNER, STEVE UPTON
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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