"A New Town" as written by David William Brewis and Peter Anthony Brewis....
I'm opting out
Of a happy trap
I know it's tough to wrap it up
But we have to face the facts

Let's go away a while
This place is just a worry
I'll help you remember why
You should appreciate me
Oh, how can you say I don't listen well
I'm listening to everything
Oh, and I don't believe that you can give me up
So tell me you're pretending

We can keep it up
A new town is good for us
Why give up when we care so much
When you're the only one I could ever trust

I'm stretched like a nylon wire
Panic in my body
No hatred, no desire
Just a layer of drapery
Oh, I couldn't doubt that you gave enough
And you shouldn't doubt my honesty
But you're a fool to think that it's me who's stuck
And only you can handle everything

We can keep it up
A new town is not enough
You're a tie that I have to cut
You're a crutch that I'm giving



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