Friday Song

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I have been a fan of Duran Duran since “New Moon On Monday”. I think there is no song of theirs I don’t like. But the one I picked for today seems one of their very best to me and it makes a powerful Friday song, too. The Wild Boys – Duran Duran

The wild boys are calling
On their way back from the fire
In august moon’s surrender to
A dust cloud on the rise
Wild boys fallen far from glory
Reckless and so hungered
On the razors edge you trail
Because there’s murder by the roadside
In a sore afraid new world

They tried to break us,
Looks like they’ll try again

Wild boys never lose it
Wild boys never chose this way
Wild boys never close your eyes
Wild boys always shine

You got sirens for a welcome
There’s bloodstain for your pain
And your telephone been ringing while
You’re dancing in the rain
Wild boys wonder where is glory
Where is all you angels
Now the figureheads have fell
And lovers war with arrows over
Secrets they could tell

They tried to tame you
Looks like they’ll try again

Wild boys never lose it
Wild boys never chose this way
Wild boys never close your eyes
Wild boys always shine

Sources: YouTube/AZLyrics
Writers: Writers: Simon Le Bon, John Taylor, Roger Taylor, Andy Taylor, Nick Rhodes

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80s, Song of the Day

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