"Traffic Accident" as written by and Wener....
Our hero's fallen down again
It's not a big surprise
Two weeks wages on a suit
A crappy pair of shoes
He's only handsome
In the right light
Now what are we going to do
You never really knew
And no one knows where Connie goes
She's wearing shiny clothes
Paper wraps and skinny guys and
All her neighbors
Eyes say running riot
Our hero knows the papers
Just need their news
They never really knew
But they decided where you're going to
We're ready for you don't write don't call me
Unless you're lying in a traffic accident
Unless you're dying in a traffic accident
And somewhere in a whitehall room
Who's popping prostitutes full
Of scotch and falling off
And that persistent cough a cosy number
And all those goons
They're only afraid of truth
They never really knew
That in the end
It would desert them too
We're ready for you
Don't write don't call me
Unless you're lying in a traffic accident
Unless you're dying in a traffic accident
Are we violent?
Are we stupid?
Are we vacant?
Are we useless?
Hello work life
Farewell park life
Have you come for me?
Don't write don't call me
Or are we giving ourselves away?
Woke up this morning
And am I giving myself away?
They owe you something
Unless they're lying in a traffic accident


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