In the town that I come from people hate to speak
They look fierce and creepy, boring, ignorant and bleak
Clouds are always hanging low, but that’s alright 'cause
That way we’re closer to the sky

Welcome to the north, where everybody’s stiff
Where the grouchy bullheads live
Soon you’ll find new friends
As long as you stay silent

Boring, I know
How I wish that I could say that
I’ve been there, I’ve done that, I know the world
Boring old town
I'd never choose this life again
But everywhere else
I miss the fish, I miss the rain

It’s considered impolite to look at someone else
And it’s good manners if you never change your face
I for example haven’t hugged someone for ages
And I only smile when I’m alone

I’ve got a wife and kids of course
That’s standard even in the north
We love each other so
I mean I think so, I don’t know

Boring, I know...

Oh oh oh, here comes the rain
Oh oh oh, now serve the fish
Every day, and every day again, and again, and again...


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