"Low Expectations" as written by and Edwyn Stephen Collins....
So, you set out on your own
You shut up shop, you're leavin' home
You feel no need to settle down
In the crippled crook of your earth bound town

And you've been down this road before
Which is not to say you're bored
Or that you shouldn't want for more
It's just your expectations should be lower

There must be somethin' more than this
More than ideal homes or domestic bliss
What is there left for you to do
'Cause you've seen the future and it's nothin' new

And you've been down this road before
Which is not to say you're bored
Or that you shouldn't want for more
It's just your expectations should be lower, should be lower

And you've been down this road before
Which is not to say you're bored
Or that you shouldn't want for more
It's just your expectations should be lower, should be lower



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"Low Expectations" as written by Edwyn Stephen Collins

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