Drinking Again
Performed by Neverland
Written by Patrick Sugg, Dean Ortega,
Gary Lee & Scott Garrett
Produced by Tim Palmer

   MP3 segment of the song
Drinking Again
0:57 min.
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Performed by Neverland

Where it can be heard in the movie:
This song does not actually appear in the film.  Another song by Neverland entitled For the Love (of Music) appears in the scene when dead Bill and Ted return to their apartment to find the evil robots trying to make out with their girlfriends.  The musical introduction to this song was used on television commercials to promote Bogus Journey, however.

Lyrics:

Oh yeah!  Oh!
Well, Iíve been drinking,
But nothingís ever gained.
That same old story, yeah,
My baby left today.
So many times,
I feel Iíve been blind.
Iíve been wanting.
Thereís no denying.
I said that we can work it out
You canít be cold about the love we hold.
You said that we were always right,
You should be home tonight,
Makiní love.
Oh, that love, love, love, love, love,
Oh, sweet love.

When I first saw her.
She had love in her eyes.
I canít let go now,
I feel in disguise.
So many days,
I feel Iím afraid.
Iíve been waiting,
Thereís no denying.
I said that we can work it out,
You canít be cold about,
The love we hold.
You said that we were always right,
You should be home tonight,
Makiní love . . . love . . . .
Yeah!  Whoa-oh.  Oh oh.  Ooh.

I want your love,
Need your love,
Ooh, need your love.
Donít tell me no!  No!!

You said that we could work it out,
You should be thinking about now, love.
I know that we were always right,
You should be home tonight,
Making love.

You said that we could work it out,
You canít be cold about the love we hold.
You said that we were always right,
You should be home tonight,
Makiní love, love, love, love, love.

For more information about Neverland, check this website:
http://web.onetel.net.uk/~wb198/nevrland.htm

Song credits:
(Patrick Sugg, Dean Ortega, Gary Lee & Scott Garrett; Virgin Songs, Inc. / Velvet Coyote Music / Red Music, BMI / Virgin Music, Inc. / Mother Flight Music / Guess What? Music, ASCAP)
Recorded & Mixed by Bill Kennedy at A&M Studios