"The Outdoor Type" as written by and Tom Morgan....
Always had a roof above me
Always paid the rent.
I never set foot inside a tent.
Couldn't build a fire to save my life
I lied about being the outdoor type


I never slept out underneath the stars
the closest that I've come to that was one time my car,
broke down for an hour in the suburbs at night
I lied about being the outdoor type


Too scared to let you know
I knew what you were looking for
I lied until I fit the bill
God bless the great indoors

I lied about being the outdoor type,
I've never owned a sleeping bag let alone a mountain
bike.


I can't go away with you on a rock climbing weekend
what if something's on TV and its never shown again
It's just as well I'm not invited, I'm afraid of heights
I lied about being the outdoor type


Never learned to swim, can't grow a beard or even fight
I lied about being the outdoor type.



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