"Rusty" as written by Bob Fairfoull, Colin Newton, Rod Pryce-jones and Roddy Woomble....
You look worn out, more and more each day
With every step, and every page
You look worn out, more and more each day
With every step, and every page

Your croft, dated back to
The beginning of the century
It's the beginning of the century
Inside your croft, dated back to
The beginning of the century
It's the beginning of the century

What are you looking for? You'll never get close
You definitely don't know, you're not original
What are you looking for? You'll never get close,
You definitely don't know, you definitely don't know
What you're about

You look worn out, more and more each day
With every step and every page
And you're still worn out, more and more each day
There's every way to

Your croft dated back to
The beginning of the century
It's the beginning of the century
Inside your croft, dated back to
The beginning of the century
It's the beginning of the century

What are you looking for? You'll never get close
You definitely don't know, you're not original
What are you looking for? You'll never get close
You definitely don't know, you definitely don't know
What you're about

What are you looking for? You'll never get close
You definitely don't know, you're not original
What are you looking for? You'll never get close
You definitely don't know, you definitely don't know
What you're about


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"Rusty" as written by Colin Newton Bob Fairfoull

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