"Satellite Blues" as written by Johnny Warman and Geoff Downes....
Hey you, you're walking down a new york street
Feel the tension in the midday heat
You're walking on blood
T.V, it's all there on a japanese screen

East, west, there's no in between
Now, we just love "the reds"
Everything is now because the past is dead
You've got to look forward if you want to get ahead

What kind of person sells a young person drugs?
You bring them up good but don't call them thugs
Third world stories, well they make the news
It's a five minute wonder, call it...

Satellite blues
Any way the wind blows
Dive, dive! underground is just the place to be
So cool, it keeps the city clean

Now walk on by
I said "walk, walk, don't run!"
Don't you know you've got to follow the signs?
This life's so cruel, so cruel to be kind

It's a one-way street
You've got to live on the edge just to make a big deal
This life's big fun, man, it's like a roulette wheel
What kind of world would let these children die?

There's so much money we could all retire
We could all live happily if we choose
But it's a five minute wonder, call it...
Satellite blues

Any way the wind blows


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"Satellite Blues" as written by Johnny Warman Geoff N Downes

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