"Visa-age" as written by William Currie, Midge Ure, Dave Formula, John Alexander Mcgeoch, Peter Anselm Egan and Steve Strange....
Name the place, for a rendez-vous
Name the time, and I'll get to you
Take a train, take a motorway
And take a plane, take it any day
And take a drink as you leave the ground
Time to think
Hearing headphone sound
Close your eyes
You're drifting far away
Realise that you'll be home today
I know the place
I can't forget
I'll go direct
Leave the trash of your life behind
It's time to move
Shake those ties that bind
Letting go, all that's old and blue
You've gotta know just where you're going to
So take a chance, and take a case in hand
We find romance
It's a far off land
Close your eyes
You're drifting far away
And realise you could be there today
A different time
Another place
I know you from somewhere
I know we've met
A different town
Another place
These destinations
So faint in the distance
A speck on the map
A stamp on my passport
No time to look back

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"Visa-Age" as written by Midge Ure Peter Anselm Egan

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    General CommentTravelling from one place to another, never in one place too long. Crossing paths with people you've met before but never really got to know.
    The first time I heard song this I freaked out completely. The beat...the insane sounding synths. All of the songs on the album are incredible but Visa-age is just completely off the hook!
    MrLongroveon May 02, 2008   Link

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