"Everything's the Same" as written by Stephen Duffy and Steven Page....
Easy to stumble; harder to fall,
Easy to bow to the flag on the wall,
I pledge my allegiance to nothing at all

And on the news they said the world had changed
But you and I are staying home again
And even though we're scared
Everything's the same
Everything's the same

You wanted marriage; you wanted fame
You wanted a hyphen after your name
They put it in neon but nobody came

And on the news they said the world had changed
But you and I are staying home again
And even though we're scared
Everything's the same
Everything's the same

I know you were in the air
While I was below Fourteenth Street with moondust in my hair
Do you know how it's going to end?
Underneath the table with your friend

And on the news they said the world had changed
But you and I are staying home again
And even though we're scared
Everything's the same
Everything's the same



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