"Your Town" as written by and Ross....
I wouldn't want to be you
Mostly not even near you
When you're gone they will curse you
And raise the tide against you
I no longer care now
For what you said was fair now
I just don't go there now
I just don't go

Maybe there's a way not to make it hurt
To cover up the words like you covered up the dirt
Ever since you left
It just gets worse
Living out in your town

Now let's say it like it is
I just don't know where to begin
It's a different way of living
It's so strange to what we've been
First we speak for ourselves now
And people know who we are now
And they wake up and they live now
Yes they wake up and they live

Maybe there's a way not to let it hurt
Tell it out in pictures
And songs and words
Do what we should not
To make it worse
Living out in your town

Maybe there's a way not to let it hurt
Tell it out in pictures
And songs and words
Do what we should not
To make it worse
Living out in your town
Living out in your town
Living out in your town
Living out in your town


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"Your Town" as written by Ricky Ross

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    General CommentIt's about Mrs Thatcher
    Loadedon March 09, 2003   Link
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    General CommentWhy it is so?
    andrew_mon September 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI just looked up Discogs, and this song was released in 1992. Lady T left office in 1990 two years before that. Why wait two years to write this song?
    andrew_mon September 22, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThank you, andrew_m, you are so right. What I want to know is, how on earth did Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893) write the 1812 Overture? The fraud. I just wish chaps like yourself would contribute more words of wisdom to this site. Respect!
    ccammyon August 16, 2010   Link

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