Well the walls are turning yellow like a smoker's tooth.
Cold as a call girl's smile in a phone booth.
Baby pigeons starving on the side of the roof.
Nothing's changed.

Sometimes words don't say enough.
Sometimes silence says too much.
You're too close for comfort but too far to touch.
Nothing's changed.

Sun's still shining in the playground.
Water's still running like a greyhound.
My head's still drumming when I lay down.
Nothing's changed.

Still rattle 'round the same town
Like two stones in a coke can,
Like two lost kids at a fairground
And nothing's changed.

Car alarms ringing in the dead of the night.
Drunk man singing in the morning light.
Too brave to fall, but too scared to fight.
Oh, and nothing's changed.

Sun's still shining in the playground.
Water's still running like a greyhound.
My head's still drumming when I lay down.
Nothing's changed.

We're just dancers waiting in the wings.
Ain't no answers blowing in the wind.
Ain't no Satan, no sin,
And nothing's changed.


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