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Someone Else's Clothes lyrics

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Ultravox – Someone Else's Clothes lyrics

Check out some memories I don't recognise
Another country and another life
Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh

I find I'm strolling on a distant shore
To meet someone I've never seen before
Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh

Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh

Chorus:

I'm wearing someone else's clothes again
Walking in the streets I know again
Back in the old familiar glow again
I'm wearing someone else's clothes

Painting quiet pictures in my ear
We're driving past without a wish to steer
Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh

Driving underneath the deep blue sea
I'm always surfacing in summer sheets
Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh

Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh

[Chorus:]

[Chorus:]

Transfer me into a Saturday crowd
Or merge me back into a factory town
Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh

I'm opened up for such a splendid move
I'm making??? With someone, I don't know who
Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh

Oh-oh-oh oh-oh-oh oh

[Chorus:]



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