Catch 22 — On & On & On lyrics

The page contains the lyrics of the song "On & On & On" by Catch 22.

Lyrics

I still remember that night, it was the fourth of July
It’s still engraved in my mind and I’m not surprised
Gang wars, no guns hand to hand
You’re black, I’m white, he’s purple but I still don’t understand
I’m going to be alright, I’m going to be okay
Everything is going to be fine
Back off 'cause I want to be alone, I want to think it out
And I’m thinking that I want to go home
Look who’s laughing now, I’ll pull it off somehow
As I passed her by I could see her cry
And I’ll never forget the look that was in her eye
And the music you know, it played on & and on & on So won’t somebody tap her on the shoulder, tell her life goes on 3 years, 2 months, 1 week, 4 days, I’m always counting down
Because there ain’t no easier way
Trust me you know that I tried and if I said it was easy
Then you know that I told a lie
I’m going to be alright, I’m going to be just fine
One down, five billion to go Am I the next in line and do I really want to know?
Look who’s laughing now, I’ll pull it off somehow
As I passed her by I could see her cry
And I’ll never forget the look that was in her eye
And the music you know, it played on & and on & on So won’t somebody tap her on the shoulder tell her life goes on I still remember that night, it was the fourth of July
It’s still engraved in my mind and I’m not surprised
Gang wars, no guns hand to hand
You’re black, I’m white, he’s purple but I still don’t understand
I’m going to be alright, I’m going to be okay
Everything is going to be fine
Back off 'cause I want to be alone, I want to think it out
And I’m thinking that I want to go 3 years, 2 months, 1 week, 4 days, I’m always counting down
Because there ain’t no easier way
Trust me you know that I tried and if I said it was easy
Then you know that I told a lie
I’m going to be alright, I’m going to be just fine
One down, five billion to go Am I the next in line and do I really want to know?
Look who’s laughing now, I’ll pull it off somehow
As I passed her by I could see her cry
I’ll never forget the look that was in her eye
And the music you know, it played on & and on & on So won’t somebody tap her on the shoulder, tell her life goes on