"Pick A Part That's New" as written by Kelly Jones, Stuart Cable and Richard Mark Jones....
I've never been here before
Didn't know where to go
Never met you before
I've never been to your home
That smells not unknown
Foot steps made of stone
Walking feels familiar
You can do all the things that
You like to do
All around underground pick a part
That's new
You can do all the things that
You like to do
All around upside down pick a part
That's new
People drinking on their own
Push buttons on the phone
was I here once before
is that my voice on the phone
that last drink on my own
did I ever leave at all
confusions familiar
so what's new to you?

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"Pick a Part That's New" as written by Richard Mark Jones Kelly Jones

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    General Comment"Kelly: "This came from a trip to America with Richard, when Stuart had glandular fever. It's about going to America for the first time and not being remotely shocked. I thought I was going to be really impressed, but I'd already seen it all on television. Even the Empire State Building didn't feel that big. I had to find some parts I hadn't seen before when all I saw were rows and rows of people drinking alone."

    I got this from a website.
    TheHappiestColouron July 22, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentthis song has such a great happy beat to it, like alot of other stereophonics songs, i wish they would've played this song when i saw them in february, but oh well concert still kicked ass.
    LiveUrLifeon June 01, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentA great and happy song.
    tommibon April 15, 2003   Link
  • 0
    General Commentsuper song!

    3 years since any comments?!

    come on people!
    this just reminds me of my chilidhood!!
    freakystyleyon May 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti love this song so dont know why any one hasnt commented...
    debbiedon November 04, 2007   Link

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