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​House Behind The Sun

This song is by Roger Chapman and appears on the album Hybrid And Lowdown (1990).

Young wolves getting rowdy, all busy out there howling
Under a normal sunny moon
Outside the sky is blazing,
Inside a hunger ranges
All in all a nothing afternoon
Is there a place that you can run to?
Maybe a heart that waits for you
And if you can pick up the pieces
Then I'd appreciate your picking me up too

And we'll go driving down a one-way street
With the sound and vision on
Yeah sucking sweet ambrosia babe
In a house behind the sun
In a beat up Ford and the flashing heat
With a one-way ticket to run
Yeah sucking sweet ambrosia babe
In a House behind the sun - oh behind the sun

So cool and feeling good, tall-tales of Hollywood
Juke-box-junkies - never get enough
Young wolves out there cruising,
On the street jungle juicing
Roving eye it must be in the blood
Is there a place that you remember?
A heart out there you've never used, no?
And if you can pick up the pieces
Then I'd appreciate your picking me up too

And we'll go driving down a one-way street
With the sound and vision on
Yeah sucking sweet ambrosia babe
In a house behind the sun
In a beat up Ford and the flashing heat
With a one-way ticket to run
Yeah sucking sweet ambrosia babe
In a House behind the sun - oh behind the sun

Written by:

Chapman-Simpson