"Some Days I See the Point" as written by Billy Bragg, Simon Edwards, Martyn Baker, Ian Mc Lagan, Benjamin Norman Mandelson and Louis Edmonds....
Never saw a meaningful TV advert
I don't think shopping
Is a metaphor for life

Don't waste my time at the gym
In the morning
Try to keep trim by living my life

Wanna feel the wind blowing in my hair
Wanna hear the waves crashing on the beach
I'm not seeking easy answers or inner peace
I'm just looking for some release

I want to help to make the world better
But I can't do it all on my own
Try to keep the lead
On my disappointment
'Cause cynicism's such a cop out
I know

Watch the shadows of clouds
Moving on the hill
Open my eyes and drink my fill
On those days that I feel dejected
I come up here for a bit of perspective

Gonna follow the path
That climbs up through the trees
Walk along the cliff top
And gaze out to sea
I feel free when I come up here and
If it's clear
Some days I see the point

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"Some Days I See the Point" as written by Simon Edwards Billy Bragg

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