"Restless" as written by Bernard Sumner, Thomas Louis Chapman, Phillip Cunningham, Gillian Lesley Gilbert and Stephen Paul David Morris....
What can you buy
That lifts a heavy heart up to the sky?
What makes your day?
What miracle of life
Has come to stay?
A taste of love
So sweet, so real you can't let go
And how does it feel?
It feels so good

But how much do you need?
How much, how much do you need?
How much do you need?
How much, how much do you need?

I want a nice car
A girlfriend Who's as pretty as a star
I want respect
As much, as much as I can get

But how much do you need?
How much, how much do you need?
How much do you need?
How much, how much do you need?

Restless
I feel so restless
And in this changing world
I am lost for words

I feel so restless
Ain't got no interest
I couldn't care less
Can't be a success

Due to current studies
The fiscal climate isn't looking good
Get out of town
The streets are running rivers full of blood

The more I see
The less, the less that I believe
The more I hear
The less, the less that I perceive

Restless
I feel so restless
And in this changing world
I am lost for words

I feel so restless
Ain't got no interest
I couldn't care less
Can't be a success

What can you buy
That lifts a heavy heart up to the sky?
What makes your day?
What miracle of life
Has come to stay?
A taste of love
So sweet, so real you can't let go
And how does it feel?
It feels so good

Restless
I am so restless
And this changing world
Leaves me speechless

I am lost for words
But I kept my nerve
But it's not hopeless
If you take less


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"Restless" as written by Gillian Lesley Gilbert Bernard Sumner

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentIt's about a bloke who is a bit of a fidget and no matter how well he does, he still fidgets.
    JLoDaMofoon April 26, 2017   Link

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