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I've tried going to discos
Throwin' shapes on the floor
Nuthin' ever happens
I don't go any more
Girls never know
What I'm talkin' about
So I think I'll just take
The easy way out

I'll just sit in my room
With all the lights off
My mother and father
Think I'm gone daft
I stay home with
The music I love
I stay home with you

The day of the vinyl
Long player is gone
It's all cassettes and cd's
From now on
In this world of my own
I can travel afar
I don't need
A bus, plane a bike
Or a car

I'll just sit in my room
With all the lights off
My mother and father
Think I'm gone daft
I stay home with
The music I love
I stay home with you

Stay at the heartbreak hotel
Take a ticket to ride
Up on route 66
Or down highway nine

Copyright: Moran/Carton/Doherty/Donnelly



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