"Modern Day Tragedy" as written by Simon Friend, Charles Kenton Heather, Mark Chadwick, Jonathan Sevink, Jeremy Cunningham and Philip Merriam Johnstone....
Been some places in my time
Seen some faces down the line
Nothing like you, ain't nothing like you
Nothing like you, ain't nothing like you

North wind blowing cracks my lips
Cold tomorrow's tearing strips
Nothing like you, nothing like you now
Nothing like you, ain't nothing like you now

Look at the things you've got now
It's a modern day tragedy
I hear the things you say now
It's a, such a travesty

Look at the things you've got now
It's a modern day tragedy
Hear the things you say now
Oh, such a travesty

Look at the things you've got now
It's a modern day tragedy
Hear the things you say now

Nothing like you, nothing like you now
Nothing like you, nothing like you now
Nothing like you

Been some places in my time
I've seen some faces down the line
Ain't nothing like you, ain't nothing like you now
Ain't nothing like you

North wind blowing cracks my lips
Cold tomorrow's tearing strips
Ain't nothing like you, ain't nothing like you now
Ain't nothing like you, ain't nothing like you now

Look at the things you've got now
It's a modern day tragedy
Hear the things you say now
Oh, such a travesty

Like you now, nothing like you now
Nothing like you now, nothing like you now
Ain't nothing like you now, ain't nothing like you now

Ain't nothing like you, ain't nothing like you
Ain't nothing like you, nothing like you now


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"Modern Day Tragedy" as written by Jeremy Cunningham Charles Kenton Heather

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