Today I'm leaving
This bullshit one horse town
Full of cowboys and Indians
Who only have balls when there's a camera around
Where the girls they move to you
When money gets thrown around
Even happiness is using you
Maybe you'll figure that out

It's a long way down
You know it's a damn shame the sun don't shine underground
Maybe that's where it's been
Maybe that's where I've been
Maybe that's where it's been
A long way down

So today I'm leaving
This bullshit circus town
Do you ever get the feeling
There ain't no hole when you're not around?
Where the world it moves to you
When the money gets spread around
Even happiness is using you
Maybe you'll figure that out

It's a long way down
You know it's a damn shame the sun don't shine underground
Maybe that's where it's been
Maybe that's where I've been
Maybe that's where it's been
A long way down



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"A Long Way Down" as written by Matthew Good

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing

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    General Comment:the emptieness of the world
    life changeing to death
    also the fakness of hollywood, or fame in general
    i am not really a negative person, thats just what i got from it
    richenbackon April 21, 2004   Link

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