"Tomorrow’s Dust" as written by and Kevin Parker....
There's no use in trying to relate
To that old song
And no use trying to debate
That they've got it wrong
There's no use pining for love
When you're on your own
And no use crying outside
If nobody's home

There's no use flying to the moon
If they won't believe
So why do I go on
On repeat?

I was blind by your memory
Like it's someone else, like it wasn't me
And there's every chance I'll be there and past
And the day will come, and then it will pass

I taught you wrong
When I say I won't
And the more I try not to say what's wrong with us
And in the air of today is tomorrow's dust

There's no use trying to relate
To that old song
And no use biding your time
If the bill has come

I was blind by your memory
Like it's someone else, like it wasn't me
And there's every chance I'll be movin' fast
And the day will come, and then it will pass

Sympathy for the fall now
Fragile life feelin' sore now
In my seat gettin' worn out
Endlessly 'round the corner

And the more I try not to say what's wrong with us
And in the air of today is tomorrow's dust


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"Tomorrow's Dust" as written by Kevin Parker

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