"Wanderlust" as written by Aaron Gilbert and Greg Gilbert....
Can you hear that knocking in your soul
No, no, you don't listen
Can you hear that knocking overload
No, no, you don't listen
Never see the high beyond the low
No wonder, you lay twitching
Do you share the rush to be alone
Come over, we'll go missing

We'll go where there's no snow
We'll go and they won't know
But just please don't give me your word

Do do do

Can you hear that knocking in your soul
No wonder, you don't listen
We'll go where there's no snow
Just please don't give me your word
Do do do...
Just please don't give me your word

All that matters is the music tonight
Just please don't give me your word
All that matters is the music tonight
But you don't listen
But you don't listen
Ah you don't listen

So, we'll go running, running til we start again
Yeah we'll run, we'll run away
Yeah, we'll go running, running til we start again
Yeah we'll run, we'll run away
Yeah, we'll go running, running til we start again
And we'll run, we'll run away


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"Wanderlust" as written by Greg Gilbert Aaron Gilbert

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    General CommentI love this song. He has such an amazing voice, it's so soft...I'm in love...
    Nuclear.Skyon December 23, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti think this song is about having a friend who's a drug addict.
    like: Never see the high beyond the low
    No wonder, you lay twitching.
    that sounds like opiate addiction straight up.
    and the repetition of the line "please don't give me your word", because it's terrible having someone promise time and time again that they'll get better, and they never do.
    trixie-trashon April 11, 2008   Link

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