"Drowning Men" as written by Simon Aurell, Catherine Genevieve Mary Lucas, Justin Finch, Amos Akbar Memon, Leon Eric Beckenham and Mark John West....
Even though the lights have changed, I'm caught in an endless loop;
Driving for ten hours now, and ending up in the same place.
Can you hear the rumble underground? Can you hear the beat?
Someone pacing round and round, in circles on the 4-0 bus.
But we can still afford to not make sense at all.
But we can still afford to not make sense at all.


See you at the Surrey Roundabout, standing in the street,
Early in the morning; still awake, but barely on your feet.
But we can still afford to not make sense at all.
But we can still afford to not make sense at all.

We've spent our time trying to mend
We're going to let ourselves get drug down.


I know we're waiting
I know we're striving
I know we're aching
I know, ooh.
I know we're waiting.
I know we're striving.
I know we're trapped here,
And we're, ooh...
I know we're waiting
I know we're striving
I know we're aching
I know, ooh.


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    Lyric Correctioncorrect lyrics from fanfarlo.com:

    Even though the lights have changed I’m caught up in an endless loop
    Driving for ten hours and then ending up in the same place!
    Can you hear a rumble under ground? can you hear the beat?
    Someone pacing round and round in circles on the floor above

    But we can still afford to not make sense at all

    I see you wearing surgery rubber gloves, standing in the street
    Early in the morning, still awake but barely on your feet

    We can still afford to not make sense at all
    We spend our time with drowning men
    We’re going to let ourselves get dragged down

    And now we’re waiting
    And now we’re stranded
    And now we’re aching
    And now we’re all waiting…

    Even though the lights have changed I’m caught up in an endless loop
    We spend our time with drowning men
    We’re going to let ourselves get dragged down
    altpressmagazineon June 06, 2010   Link

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