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I am not the father of 2.3,
And I am still burning to be free,
No more time too long to drive my way,
To the numbered hours at the end of the day.

What's become of you?
What become of me?
It's all, we never belonged to not be in love,
What's become of you?
What's become of me?
Our faces said, it's so hard,
Stop turning to stone.

One by, one by one,
Each like the other.

I did not dream of drifting away,
In a boat that was made without heart and mind,
And I do not mean, did he show the tie,
To leave me astray in the land where dreams die.

Working me out,
Working me in,
It's been this way for as long as we can recall,
Working me in,
Working me out,
Got other days when we wonder what we come here for.

One by, one by one,
We come
One by, one by one,
We go, each like the other one.

We come, each like the other one,
We come, each like the other one,
Each like the other one.

Each like the other one,
One by, one by one,
We come,
One by, one by,
We go each like the other one,
One by, one by one,
We go,
One by, one by one,
We go each like the other one,
One by, one by one,
We have gone,
One by, one by one,
We go eac like the other one.



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    General Commentim pretty sure it's 'gone are the days when we wonder what we come here for'
    boynamedmaxon August 20, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMore corrections:

    I do not dream of drifting away,
    In a boat that we made without hard earned pay,
    And I do not mean, did he show the tie, (I don't think this line is right either)
    To lead me astray in the land where dreams die.

    Working day out,
    Working day in,
    It's been this way for as long as we can recall,
    Working day in,
    Working day out,
    Gone are the days when we wonder what we come here for.
    listenloveon November 27, 2009   Link

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