"Somewhere Else" as written by Adam Lee, David Jonathan Mcqueen and Neil William Mcqueen....
Creeping over to you on a Saturday afternoon
I must have been ill I was early
Crawling along, I was seeing what had happened
Through last night it was nothing I assure you
Well it's time to place your bets
You better make sure it's a safe one
You could always answer no
I never smoked your cigarettes
I suppose you could say that's a safe one
Five miles down you'll never hear the attitude
Calm down I'd better go somewhere else, somewhere else

Falling over each other in the rush
To get in their worth
It's so sad and it's boring
It's a shame we could focus
All our powers somewhere else
Someone nice someone caring
But it's all been said before
Still nothing ever changes
We're still hunting out for more
I never meant to cut you short
I wasn't capable of anything
Five years on you'd never hear that attitude
Calm down I'd rather be somewhere else, somewhere else

Well it's time to place your bets
You better make sure it's a safe one
I could always answer no
I never understood what you meant
When you said she'd hang on every syllable
Five years on I've never seen the attitude
Calm down, I'd like a bit of gratitude
I only came here for a bit of solitude
But right now I'd rather be somewhere else, somewhere else

Crawling over to you on a Saturday afternoon
I must have been ill I was early
Creeping along I was seeing
What had happened through last night
It was nothing I assure you

On my bike, up the glen, in the sun
Round the bends, having fun, playing games
In the rain, in the lakes, at the gig
Watch the stage louds
Going down, eating in, but ha, not with you


Lyrics submitted by black_cow_of_death

"Somewhere Else" as written by David Jonathan Mcqueen Adam Lee

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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