"Walk Into the Wind" as written by and Peter Astor....
There was a night
You can almost remember:
You were her boyfriend to keep the drunks at bay.
You pretended so well,
The whole night through...
You know now you really wanted it to be true.

You came in like the king of comedy...
She was almost all that you hungered for.
You left drunk and torn and staggering...
Now you're back in daylight, walking in the wind.

Walk into the wind…
Walk into the wind…
Walk into the wind…
Walk into the wind…

Suppose it's just as well;
The chemicals were lethal.
You never wanted to be that happy anyway.
And now you're back at home
Under English weather,
But at least when you left you were still joined together.

You came in like the king of comedy...
She was almost all that you hungered for.
You left drunk and torn and staggering...
Now you're back in daylight, walking in the wind.

And never knew regret;
You never knew how,
But you never knew then what you do now.

You came in like the king of comedy...
She was almost all that you hungered for.
You left drunk and torn and staggering...
Now you're back in daylight, walking in the wind.

Walk into the wind…
Walk into the wind…
Walk into the wind…
Walk into the wind...


Lyrics submitted by DespairEurydice

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