"Out" as written by Colin Edwin Balch, Richard Barbieri, Gavin Richard Harrison and Steven John Wilson....
Out at the train tracks
I dream of escape
But a song comes onto my iPod
And I realize it's getting late

And I can't take the staring
And the sympathy
And I don't like the questions "How do you feel?"
"How's it going in school?"
And "Do you wanna talk about it?"

Way out
Way out of here
Fade out
Fade out, vanish

And I'm trying to forget you
And I know that I will
In a thousand years, or maybe a week
Burn all your pictures, and cut out your face

The shutters are down and the curtains are closed
And I've covered my tracks
Disposed of the car
Trying to forget even your name and the way that you look
When you're sleeping
Dreaming of this

Way out
Way out of here
Fade out
Fade out, vanish

Lyrics submitted by CoyoteLongshot, edited by prayag1005

"Way Out of Here" as written by Gavin Richard Harrison Colin Edwin Balch

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    General CommentSo I'm not sure if the lyrics in that second verse are correct. As a matter of fact, I'm quite sure they aren't. But there aren't any official lyrics for this song, soooo....

    In case anyone's wondering, this is a song that dates back even before On The Sunday of Life, on a set of promo tapes Wilson released called "The Love, Death, and Mussolini". (I believe it's also available on Yellow Hedgegrow Dreamscape, though) It's a really interesting song, actually, with some pretty cool guitar riffs and such, and it's followed by "It Will Rain for a Million Years", which is actually a different track entirely than the one on OTSOL by the same name. Not a very important song per se, but I mainly posted this for the purpose of having all their songs on the site anyway. If you're interested, though, you can download it here:
    CoyoteLongshoton March 03, 2008   Link

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