"Land of My Formers" as written by Jack William Egglestone, Andrew Falkous and Kelson Louis Tregurtha Mathias....
Not much of an incident:
A couple of fists in the gut for my troubles.
Nothing to write home about:
A couple of drinks and a break for the border.

When in Rome, remember home is always here for you.

Not much of a tragedy:
They only get under your skin if you let them.
No need to say anything:
A couple of years in the dark and you'll thank her.

When in Rome, remember home is always here for you.

Step by step by mis-step,
Step by step by mis-step,
Land of my formers, land of my fellow combatants.
Land of my formers, land of my fellow combatants.


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    General CommentPretty straight forward song about a breakup.

    Sounds like it happened overseas and he took comfort in coming back home.
    moyno85on December 17, 2009   Link

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