"Invisible Man" as written by and Mark Nicholas/penn Hewerdine....
People look through him like he just isn't there
Looking so busy but he's going nowhere
Just like the pigeons in Trafalgar Square
He disappears in the air

Blowing along the streets of this lucky town
Just like an old paper bag that never comes down
Underneath the arches he dreams his dreams away
Of laughter and love

You can't see him at all
Can't see him at all
Can't see him at all

The invisible man strikes again
But I don't know his name
Life can be so cruel
To a lost and lonely old fool

The invisible man

The king of the road and the lord of the rain
Master of everything that's gone down the drain
Noble indifference, an abstracted air
In the wind and the rain

You can't see him at all
Can't see him at all
Can't see him at all

The invisible man strikes again
But I don't know his name
Life can be so cruel
To a lost and lonely old fool

The invisible man

He comes, he goes
He smiles because he knows
About you, about me
What it is to be free

He ducks, he dives
He's had more than nine lives
He's here, he's there
Depending how the wind blows

The invisible man strikes again
But I don't know his name
Life can be so cruel
When you're a lost and lonely old fool

The invisible man


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