"New Frontier" as written by Daniel John Vickrey, Adam Duritz, Matthew Malley, David Bryson, Charles Gillingham, David A Immergluck and Ben G Mize....
(come on children, mind the gap)

Miracle people with marvelous hair
And a knack to do anything
Better than anyone
I got a home with electrical air
And I live in a world
Smaller than any one
I got a line a new frontier
I got a line on a new America
All of the people are vanishing here
I could be huge if I could just get from

The outside of everything
To the inside of you
From the outside of everything
To the inside of you

Purest Aluminum people
Are walking the streets of London
So hysterical
Nobody here gets a word that I say
And the problems I'm told,
Are more than medical
I got a friend from the new frontier
And Galen, she says,
"this is not america"
You need a girl with electrical hair
And the word that you wanted was al-you-mi-ni-um

From the outside of everything
To the inside of you
From the outside of everything
To the inside

I was in bed with
The girl at the end of the world
She says I'm goin' home
And you should come home too
I'm at the end of a new frontier
Here at the edge of the flat earth ending
I'm getting off to get lost in the air
At the end of the world where the light is bending

From the outside of everything to the inside of you
From the outside of everything to the inside of you
From the outside of everything to the inside of you
From the outside of everything to the inside of you
To the inside of you
To the inside of you
To the inside of you
To the inside of you


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"New Frontier" as written by Matthew Malley Daniel Vickrey

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    General Comment"mind the gap" is the british warning that conductors give on the subway-- it means watch out for the gap between the subway car and the platform.

    this song is my new york song.
    only_staron September 21, 2002   Link

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