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Red Light - Green Light lyrics

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The Wildhearts – Red Light - Green Light lyrics

Red light, you're lonely, and nobody cares...
I'm tired of hanging round, I'm tired of this old town, and trying to run me up a million ways
I want to take a trip, get on a rocket ship, I'll be a satellite in fourteen days
I take a pack of paracetamol, then I can wait around and feel it all
Or I can take some time to get a grip on my mind
Take a walk outside, maybe just keep walking at a

Red light green light, stuck in a hole,
Just might stay tight, I don't wanna know
Red light green light, stuck in a hole with you
And there's nothing you can do, you got a

(something spoken...) nothing new

I got a grin to grip, I got a [walnut whip/ worn out whip/ I gotta want to win] [but/ while] all the monkeys throw their weight around
Don't want to share your cup, don't want to beat you up, I'd rather wait a while and beat you down
I put a cd in my stereo, instead of taking the needle
And I can pull right in with the patience I'll win
Cause in an ideal world there'll be no time for ideas, got a



Took a bit of time to see, I like being me

So put the clan in shock, get their feelings unlocked
Get your wagon to a check in and it's adios amigos, got a


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