"Inside Out" as written by and Mark/fielding Burgess....
Love and laughter fills his life today
Dragged into this world and thrown away
She never wanted you
Better things to do

You won't remember
Drawn to the door
Whizzing through the week
Dancing round the fire with the rest of the freaks

Oh, no, no, things are different now
Don't let these days of doubt
Turn him inside out

His second mother holds him to her breast
She sees her children come and go
Ripping the heart from her
All of them part of her

And some will remember
Time heals all wounds they say
She can't let them
Take her boy away

This son, oh, she would die without
Don't let these days of doubt
Turn her inside out

When she was young
The world was a different place
After all

And his heart is in his home
There helplessly waiting for someone
To smash his world to pieces
Ignorant and cruel, social student fools

Pull him to the right, pull him to the left
Pull him by the arms, pull him by the legs
Let go

Oh, things are different now
Don't let these days of doubt
Turn them inside out

When you were young, they wore a different face
When she was young, the world was a different place
When you were young, they wore a different smile




Lyrics submitted by cate12305

"Inside Out" as written by David Fielding Mark Burgess

Lyrics © EMI Music Publishing, Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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    General CommentBaffling that The Chameleons never made it bigger when they could make songs like this one.
    uberpsychoon October 08, 2013   Link

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