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Power's down, wind all around
Whipping grass
send a chill to the bone
This I see can't touch me
I've bricks and glass all of my own
Proud man - that I am
I just can't go back to that place
'Cause I know that you're prowling now
And I can hear just what they'll say

That "it'll all fall down
Someone'll run in fright"
In such a small, small town
You're never far from sight

They said that "you'll fall for now
Then it's just dimming of the light"
Oh Gina did we have to make 'em right?

The sun is down, no-one around
TV’s out and so's the phone
Let silence be no threat to me
I've got hollow words here all of my own

"an independent right to the end"
All through the years
you learned to stray
And a fool is all I’m seen to be
For taking you in and
not making you stay

" It’ll all fall down the later the day,
the greater the height"
This town it don't allow

You to stay far from sight
They said "a smile leads to a frown
No matter how you try"
Oh Gina did we have to make 'em right?




Lyrics submitted by GregLR

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