"Single File" as written by Robert Marshall Scott, Paul Christopher Kean, Kaye Adelaide Woodward and Malcolm Ian Stewart Grant....
Walkin' down, walkin' past all the houses
Lookin' up and seein' the faces
Putting one foot in front of the other
As I make my way to the city

As I float along I seem to be feeling
I could never be part of this city
Gazing into the eyes of the locals
Then I drift off into a daydream

Funny how all of our lives are entwined now
I know you and you know me now
We play along with the pretension
We don't wanna cause any apprehension

I can't make myself understand now
I could be in another country
I can't clear my head to think now
I must be in another country

And I don't know this song I can't remember
But I know I sang it to you in September
And I'm sure I must have been somewhere else
And I know I spent some time over there

And I don't know this song I can't remember
But I know I sang it to you in September


Lyrics submitted by BleedorBreathe

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