Hotel in my hometown
The saddest room I ever woke in
Try to enjoy yourself out there
The saddest words you've ever spoken

The changle in the taxi cab
Usually bright, so hollow
The saddest journey ever made
Begins today
And ends tomorrow

Ten miles and then it clicks
Sadly through the avionics
At 30,000 feet
The saddest gins, the saddest tonics
The fella next to me up there
An Eton educated broker
The happiest man you'll ever meet
Sadly I'm not even joking

Hotel in my hometown
The saddest room I ever woke in
Try to enjoy yourself out there
The saddest words you've ever spoken
The changle in the taxi cab
Usually bright, so hollow
The saddest journey ever made
Begins today
And ends tomorrow


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    Song MeaningProbably something to do with attending a funeral of an old friend or a family member from a town that you grew out of.
    nasuknighton October 07, 2016   Link

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