"The Hitcher" as written by Adam Franklin, Jimmy Hartridge and Jeremy Hindmarsh....
You're never far away from my mind
Always too far away to see
Controlled explosions wreck the train line
Just can't believe the coast is clear
I get this feelin'
It's such an itch, itch

You're somewhere out there in a landslide
All hope just slippin' through like sand
Telephone lines down in a rainstorm
And I'm like a ship moored on dry land
I get this feelin'
It's such a bitch

You're always far out in the midrange
All around the state boundary spillage signs
Somebody burnt down all the pylons
And your my passport past these mines
I get this feelin'
I wanna hitch

Hitch a ride on your smile
Hitch a ride on your smile
Hitch a ride away from here
Hitch a ride on your smile
Hitch a ride away from here
I get this feelin'

End of the tunnel light just blinds me
While you weep like a willow tree
Send out distress signals to find me
They shine so hard so why can't we?
I get this feelin'
Wanna hitch

Hitch a ride on your smile
Hitch a ride on your smile
Hitch a ride away from here
Hitch a ride on your smile
Hitch a ride away
I get this feelin'


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"The Hitcher" as written by Jimmy Hartridge Adam Franklin

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    General CommentIt seems like a song about the effect love has had on someone, and the nature of the relationship he/she has with him/her.
    Break_The_Silenceon January 26, 2008   Link

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