The Fortnight Saga  
    (Difford/Tilbrook)  

    WARNING: These lyrics are unconfirmed and may be inaccurate. They represent the best attempt at deciphering the song we have yet to see.  
      

      Business as usual at the harmony home  
      Up for the weekend to see my father  
      So I'm the one beneath the unturned stone  
      I begin the ritual fortnight saga  

      Get in the cab, bags packed with clothes  
      Cassette player, the jungle of hose  
      A pair of shoes for walking in  
      Out of the cab, the doorbell rings  

      Hungover greetings from the man in my life  
      A hug, a kiss, and a mug by the fire  
      He says I should need a woman I might like  
      I drop my bags and walk right by her  

      Get in the bath, bubbles up high  
      Cassette player plays in the night  
      She's at the door, wants to come in  
      I'm in the bath, I loudly sing  

      Business as usual at the harmony home  
      I can't believe it how time flies  
      I'm waving "Seeya" from the top of the road  
      She holds his hand as mother holds mine  

      Get in the way, unbreak my heart  
      I could surrender, or walk right past  
      I'm in a cab, looking at him  
      Out of the blue I hear a bell ring  

      Get in the cab, bags packed with clothes  
      I'm on my way to the haemony home 
      A pair of shoes for walking in  
      Out of the blue I hear a bell ring  
       

    Contributed by Elizabeth K. Bowles and Roy Methley  


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