"Junkies And Whores" as written by David James Ford, Jo Louise Taylor and Glenn Russell Hooper....
You sleep so still
And after everything
We claim to have forgiven

The no return
Was twelve returns ago
And every one the last
I swear, did you really believe that?

I know these words
These sounds I recognize
And shapes all too familiar

The saddest thing;
A point to recognize;
All reasons and excuses;
Well they are, I fear, as pathetic as are your own

I am
We are
Too far
The line we had drawn before is thinning out
Too far, gone
We need
No more
Junkies and
The line we had drawn before has disappeared
Too far gone

You sleep
So still
You'll sleep through everything

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"Junkies and Whores" as written by Glenn Russell Hooper David James Ford

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    General Commentby far the best easyworld song..ive seen them live twice and they r fuckin great live!!!
    its_all_kinda_wrongon August 14, 2002   Link
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    General CommentOh Yes! You are SO right! Saw them live just the other day - the man actually played a Mandolin for the verses and Guitar for the rest - he had both strapped round his neck at the same time!!! Genius.
    I reckon its about one person in a relationship continually forgiving the other for somethings (cheating maybe, whatever). Can't figure out whether it is him who is doing the forgiving, or if it is him being forgiven, though.
    Any thoughts?
    gjbrakeon September 11, 2002   Link
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    General CommentThere seem to be a few different version to this, the one I have is 4:43 minutes long and I've had it a long time. I'm sad Easyworld disbanded.

    Love this tune.
    Sirius1on December 28, 2006   Link

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