Anne Clark:Nothing At All Lyrics

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Nothing At All

This song is by Anne Clark and appears on the album Joined Up Writing (1984).

All this tenderness has come to nothing
All that we require is being rearranged
I've no wish to look to the future
For my expectations will no doubt be changed

Just rolling along on the rest of the waves
My statements and strategies are quickly dismissed
Poisoned pens in invisible paper
Steel knuckles concealed by velvet fists

What is the chance of us living
Some of our simplest dreams
Are all the structures we build here
Really as frail as they seem

The dying are the lovers of this modern world
The power and the glory survives
With radioactive bargaining
And the valueness of our lives

My turn to crumble
My turn to fall
From so very humble
To nothing at all

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