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​Bang Your Head Against The Wall

This song is by Graziano Romani and appears on the album Lost And Found: Songs For The Rocking Chairs (2002).

I saw you sneakin' out the back door, leavin' the town where you had grown
As childhood dreams turned into golden dust, learned how to run before you could walk
In a world too cold, under skies too wide, been in chains and on the loose
You rocked, you rolled, been high and dry, made love to life till you were fooled

Don't need you to tell me who you are, I know where you're from
Dreams are fading as you crack a smile...
And bang your head against the wall

I heard your footsteps soundin' in the hall of some old heartbreak hotel
Seems like you stayed for one too many nights, where you never did sleep too well
Just like a dancer who's down on his knees, you stood up in time to look around
At the fools and the kings and the refugees, in the parade of lost and found

Don't need you to tell me who you are, I know where you're from
Hope is dying as you try so hard...
And bang your head against the wall

It doesn't matter anymore, you've finally left the distant shore of faithlessness
Don't ask me why or when not now, you're gonna make it through somehow
You'll get your share of happiness...

Don't need you to tell me who you are, 'cause I know where you're from
Time is ticking as you swim against the tide...
And bang your head against the wall
Your head against the wall, bang your head against the wall