"Here We Are Nowhere" as written by and Henry William Cluney....
Friday night's here
What's the scene?
Nothing to do
Y'know what I mean?
Nothing on the telly, there is no late-night show
No shows in town, there is no place to go
Here we are nowhere, nowhere left to go

Is it a crime
To be young
'Cause every time we have some fun
They put us down and tell us that we're wrong
Every time they sing the same old song
Here we are nowhere, maybe that's where we belong

You know it's nothing but what they would do
Don't look at me now, I'm looking at you
And sitting there won't change a thing
Must we only wonder what the future will bring, two-three-four!

Here we are nowhere, nowhere left to go
And I said, here we are nowhere, nowhere left to go


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"Here We Are Nowhere" as written by Henry William Cluney

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    General CommentAbsolutely stunning song. Three verses and a guitar solo in 56 seconds. If only everything in life was this perfect. It was also used as the soundtrack to an ad in Ireland in the 80s warning of the dangers of drink.
    bearhunteron March 23, 2006   Link
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    General CommentCovered (Live) by: Swingin' Utters
    Album: Live In A Dive
    StupidStuon October 02, 2006   Link

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