Go Through This (New York 1980) (New York 1980)

Go Through This (New York 1980) (New York 1980)

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You're still living in the dreams of yesterday,
[We're still living in the dreams of yesterday,]
Realized from the scenes of yesterday.
[Reading the signs from the scenes of yesterday.]
Looking for light of day just all the way
[Looking for a light to take us all the way]
You'd think by now we wouldn't go through this
Go Through This

Looking for a friend with your hand in your pocket
The secrets that you find with your hand in your pocket
[The secrets that you find when your looking in a pocket]
No one would like to be alone in a pocket
Where does it get you?
You think by now we wouldn't go through this
Ain't just no disaster if we hit or miss.
[And it's no disaster if we hit or miss]

Gathering facts just like animals.
Got to feed our young, like animals.
Defending all our life source, like animals.
[Depending on a light source, like animals.]
Where does it get you?
You think by now we wouldn't go through this
Ain't just no disaster if we hit or miss.
[And it's no disaster if we hit or miss]
Captured in the year now, like a war for civil rights.
[Captured in earnest, the water's do right]

Do as they please, atomic disease.
[Do as they please, a dime a disease.]
[Who does he please? Atomic disease.]

We're still living in the dreams of yesterday,
Realized from the scenes of yesterday.
[Reading the signs from the scenes of yesterday.]
Looking for light of day just all the way
[Looking for a light to take us all the way]
You think by now we wouldn't go through this

Looking for a friend with your hand in your pocket
The secrets that you find with your hand in your pocket
[The secrets that you find when your looking in a pocket]
No one would like to be alone in a pocket
Where does it get you?
You think by now we wouldn't go through this
Ain't just no disaster if we hit or miss.
[And it's no disaster if we hit or miss]
Captured in the year now, like a war for civil rights.
Do as they please, atomic disease.
[Do as they please, a dime a disease.]
[Who does he please? Atomic disease.]

Written by HORN, TREVOR CHARLES / HOWE, STEVE JAMES
Published by Universal Music Publishing Group

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