"Urban Solitude" as written by and Bart/teeuwe Van Veen....
I've got a bug in my head
And a jumping heart
No time to spare
Turn left turn right step on it
Stopped by the traffic light

And all that honking screaming
The cabdriver is dreaming
Of the beach and babes
Leaning back easy as the sun goes down
But I'm already late
No time to spare, couldn't care less about it
If the sky was falling down
No I don't care you can stare while the whole world is crumbling around me

Urban solitude breaking me down
Keeps me dreaming
Urban solitude shaking me down
Keeps me dreaming

So you've got a lot of stuff on your mind
Or a bleeding heart when nobody cares
Step in, step out of the rain
Head for the flickering lights, just head for the flickering lights
There's always somebody dancing, taking a chance
You can find a little romance, someone will give you love
Although it's just enough to get you through the night
Well alright now
No I don't care you can stare
I don't care about it
No I don't care you can stare, while the whole world is crumbling around me

Urban solitude breaking me down
Keeps me dreaming
Urban solitude shaking us down
Keeps me dreaming


Lyrics submitted by TheDirge

"Urban Solitude" as written by Bart Van Veen Anouk Teeuwe

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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