As long as she went just to school
The world still seemed to be alright
Now she's feeling like a fool
As a working girl, night by night
In a restaurant at the gas station
From eleven 'til 5am
Her boyfriend Steven, a mechanic
Is the only, the only ray of hope

Feelin' high and feelin' down
Should I smile or wear a frown
Feelin' high and feelin' down
In this ordinary
Feelin' high and feelin' down
Should I smile or wear a frown
Feelin' high and feelin' down
In this ordinary, ordinary town

As long as Steven's unemployed
She has to do that stupid job
And while she works to fill the void
He has got another girl
Well, she feels betrayed at that gas station
She doesn't want to work anymore
Feeling lonely and disappointed well
In this old, in this old boring town

Feelin' high and feelin' down
Should I smile or wear a frown
Feelin' high and feelin' down
In this ordinary
Feelin' high and feelin' down
Should I smile or wear a frown
Feelin' high and feelin' down
In this ordinary, ordinary town



Feelin' high and feelin' down
Should I smile or wear a frown
Feelin' high and feelin' down
In this ordinary
Feelin' high and feelin' down
Should I smile or wear a frown
Feelin' high and feelin' down
In this ordinary, ordinary town



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