"Phoenixology" as written by and John Dennis Adrian Clarida....
You say you've got to get away,
But where are you going to go?

Raise down, (dis)town.

You've got to go, got to get away,
There's something you should know,
(It's all the same).

No solutions, just consolations.
Universal town (transposable location).

This town (this could be anywhere).
This town (this could be everywhere).

You're desperation's got it's place, you'll never beat this town.
You'd love to shove it in their face, they'd love to drag you down.

No solutions, just consolations.
Universal town (transposable location).

This town (this could be anywhere).
This town (this could be everywhere).

Still say you've got to get away? There's nowhere you can go.
It's all the same, it's all the same old show.

This town (this could be anywhere).
This town (this could be everywhere)...


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"Phoenixology" as written by John Dennis Adrian Clarida

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    General CommentJeez, has someone got something against Infotainment? Anyway, I love this song, the sense of wanting to get out, the sense of claustrophobia. For those of you who don't know, Pitchshifter grew up on a council estate in Nottingham, and when you grow up on a council estate in the East Midlands, odds are you're there forever. Oh, and by the way, it ends with 'This town stretches over everything'...
    infotainment_ladon February 20, 2005   Link

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