"Starlite Number 1" as written by and Neil Halstead....
Said you never felt so strange
Said I never felt so strange
Hanging out with the drifters
The poets and the painters that fill your head

No, I never wanted much
No, I never wanted much
And we're old enough now
To know you never want it till someone does

Don't you think you should try a little
To make it all come clean?
Is this highway a road to love or
Just a way to get to him?
What you gonna get out of nothing?
'Cause nothing is the way it seems

I saw you in the silence
I saw you in the darkness
Crawling through the pillars of your pain
I saw you in the silence
Crawling through the pillars of your pain

Judy, I can see your smile
Running with your hair all wild
Running for the weekend
Looking for the daylight in your eyes

Don't you think you should try a little
To make it all come clean?
Is this highway a road to love or
Just a way to get to him?
What you gonna get out of nothing?
'Cause nothing is the way it seems

I saw you in the silence
Saw you in the darkness
Crawling through the pillars of your pain
I saw you in the silence
Crawling through the pillars of your pain
Of your pain, of your pain, of your pain




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"Starlite, No. 1" as written by Neil Halstead

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