CARPENTERS


Your Wonderful Parade Lyrics

One, two
One, two, three

Your wonderful parade
Moving through the towns that rise and then they fade
Over streets that pass the houses where you've stayed
Your wonderful parade

Your daily masquerade
(Your daily masquerade)
Paper masks behind this face which you have made
Crumble down upon foundations that you've laid
Your daily masquerade

Stand in line, try to climb
Meet your wife at cocktail time
Surely you should try and choose a better way to fall

Your marvelous charade
(Your marvelous charade)
Never could be worth the prices that you've paid
Blindness is a part of every game you've played
Your marvelous charade

(Ahh)
(Your wonderful parade)
(Ahh, ahh)
Stand in line, try to climb
Meet your wife at cocktail time
Surely you should try and choose a better way to fall

Your marvelous charade
(Your marvelous charade)
Never could be worth the prices that you've paid
Blindness is a part of every game you've played
Your marvelous charade
(Your daily masquerade)
(Your wonderful parade)

these lyrics are submitted by kaan

Songwriter(s): John Bettis, Richard Lynn Carpenter
Copyright: Irving Music Inc.
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