"Antisocial" as written by Oliver Patrick Cole, Gavin Fox, Ian Patrick Melady and Fiona Melady....
Sometimes it seems like you're too tired for me
There's things I still wanna see
But somehow your imagination
Left you by surprise
And you're seeing not just with your eyes
You're catching me up from behind again
You're trying again now, oh
Isn't it easier for you this time?

And sometimes it seems like crumbling walls let in light
Try looking around not inside
Too see yourself in everybody
Feels the weight you're under
At one time or another
Try looking straight at each other
To see what we see, oh
Isn't it easier for you this time?

Is this still what we're after?
Might we not feel the same?
Maybe we're tired of trying
Just when we're almost there
We're almost there and, oh
Isn't it easier for you this time?

Ooh ooh ooh
Ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh ooh


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    General CommentThis song is about a relationship that just can't work.
    IanoDublinon June 09, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThis is my favourite Turn song. The best part is the really emotional part which starts off with "Is this still what we're after?"

    Why aren't this band huge? They deserve it!
    IanoDublinon June 09, 2002   Link
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    General CommentTurn are one of 'my bands'....I call them that because I always seem to go on about how great they are to people and they're always like 'Errr, kay, who are they?' Iano - I agree with you when you say the best bit is the bit at the end.. 'Just when we're almost there, we're almost there and, oh...isn't it easier for you this time?' The guy sounds so worn down... it's just great.
    Shapeshifteron June 16, 2002   Link

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