"How Did It Come to This" as written by Howard Paul Donald, Jason Orange, Benjamin Mark Weaver, Jamie Norton, Gary Barlow and Mark Owen....
Just the other day somebody said to me
"Hey, maybe you're just slightly schizophrenic
And a little out of reach, my friend"
I said "yes, that's partly true"
But jokes aside, I can explain
It's just my way of keeping track
With living on this planet now then

Have you turned on your TV
Have you seen reality
Have you seen a program that you've spent your whole life looking for
There's a girl in Camden town
Indecision makes her frown
Which dress would she wear today
And which way should she smile at me

How did it come to this
How did it ever come to this

All the noises and all these lights
All these talking through the nights
All these expectation now
It's making me neurotic
Tell me, have you seen your face before
I forgot to say 'hello'
Thought I'd make it clear now
That I've always been a smiler, tell me

How did it come to this
How did it ever come to this
How did it come to this
How did it ever come to this

Sometimes it's like I'm a world away
Sometimes I feel a world away

Just the other day somebody said to me
"Hey maybe you are oh so slightly OCD
A little out of reach, my friend"
I said "yes, that's partly true"
But, jokes aside, please stay with me
It's just my way of compartmentalizing all the things I see

How did it come to this
How did it ever come to this
How did it come to this
How did it ever come to this


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"How Did It Come to This" as written by Benjamin Weaver Gary Barlow

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