Day after day
Here's how it goes
Killing, rape and soap divorces
Television shows

All of this talk
Leaves me in doubt
Choosing to ignore it all
I'd rather be left out

Living out of touch
Eyes open wide
Thought comes along
If you let them they will just

Keep going on and on
Set in the light
Seem pretty sharp
Still it looks exactly like

They're standing in the dark
Living out of touch
Got a big to much
Living out of touch


Lyrics submitted by Fredzep

Living Out of Touch Lyrics as written by LENNY WOLF, MARTIN WOLFF

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    The first track off their first record. It has the classic Zeppelin feel in the main riff. Lenny's vocals are spot on with the classic Plant drawn out vocals and high notes. I am guessing the song is about life on the road.

    Fredzepon June 10, 2021   Link

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