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Somewhere Over the Bus Stop

This song is by The Crookes and appears on the EP Dreams of Another Day (2010).

He spends the morning smoking foggy damp - bus stop cold.
Darling, you're only 17, why are you scared of growing old?
You trace your name in the water on a classroom window
Then with one warm breathe you watch your faith fade and your dreams go but
There are raindrops in your raincoats (?) Never bothered, too cold
Oh they'll smile from a street lamp for a while
But they'll say nothing at all
Said you want to be a wonderer
There's a man on the bench who just keeps talking to himself
He's got his whole life in a broken bag, and all his problems on his shelf
The mute-head (?) was calling but you can't hear a word he says
Something 'bout his raincoat but his words all a blaze
There are raindrops in your raincoats (?) Never bothered, too cold
Oh they'll smile from a street lamp for a while
But they'll say nothing at all
Said you want to be a wonderer
But your ship is anchored to a dirty city seabed
And well, oh it's dragging you down
Summer's gonna come back and kick straight to your head and strand you on the wrong side of town
Yeah, you're ship is anchored to a dirty city seabed
And well, oh dragging you down
Summer's gonna come back and kick straight to your head and strand you on the wrong side of town
On the wrong side of town
On the wrong side of town...
Don't drag your feet it wears your soles right out
Then with one step dancing, your soul's been torn right out
Your head is swimming just to keep your mind afloat
You're tired of the past when you needed your raincoat
There are raindrops in your raincoats (?) Never bothered, too cold
Oh they'll smile from a street lamp for a while
But they'll say nothing at all
Said you want to be a wonderer
There are raindrops in your raincoats (?) Never bothered, too cold
Oh they'll smile from a street lamp for a while
But they'll say nothing at all
Said you want to be a wonderer
Say you want to be a wonderer...

Written by:

The Crookes and Daniel Hopewell