PASSENGER What Will Become Of Us

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Well, wood burns, and metal rusts,
So, darling, what?s to become of us,
When the weather turns, and they say it must,
Well, we?ll need coats for the both of us,
But the wool is thin and it?s full of holes,
And there?s no heat in this abandoned bus,
So will we go alone, out on our own,
Oh, darling, what?s to become of us

Well, boats sink into the sea,
And airplanes that crash like computer screens,
And signals fail, trains derail,
And car bonnets crumple like magazines,
?Til they?re put in piles like stacks of tiles,
In a yard full of fridges and broken stuff,
Will we go alone out on our own,
Oh, darling, what?s to become of us

We will bite our noses off to spite our faces,
Both of us will rust like metal fences in the rain,
You will pour the gasoline and I will spark the matches,
We will burn within our fire, we will burn within our flames

Well, yeast ferments and milk sours,
When it?s out of the fridge for too many hours,
Well, we lament in separate towers,
Never knowing if we?re brave or if we?re cowards,
For they pour cement down this hole of ours,
And we?ll be stuck under stones and flowers,
Will we go alone out on our own,
Oh, darling, that?s what will become of us

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PASSENGER The Last Unicorn

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Well we’ll kiss for that’s how it begins
We’ll embrace just to warm our skins
I’ll think of her and you’ll think of him

And we’ll talk to keep the silence from our ears
And we’ll laugh because we’re so close to tears
We’re just lonely, you know, that’s why we’re here

Cos you don’t taste like you should
And you don’t fit in my arms like she would
Lying in the dark, it’s understood:
We are both lost
And we won’t be found

We will wake up with each other in our paws
You cover over white bits like I’ve not seen them before
We’ll say goodbye and then we’ll say no more

Cause hearts won’t buy love and nor will they sell
And there is no love in this hotel
Though we’re walking home we know too well
We are both lost
We are both lost
And we won’t be found

She was my compass
He was your map
We’ve come too far to be turning back

And we’ll sit on our single beds
Nothing on our hearts and tears on our threads
For we know the last unicorn is dead

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PASSENGER Table For One

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So I sit on this table for one
And pour me a drink that’ll last
I’m not drunk I just miss being young
And I grew old too fast

My wife she breaks and she bends
My children they don’t understand
I came here tonight in search of a friend
But I’m the invisible man

‘Cause I’ve swallowed my tongue
And I’ve polished my gun
And I’ve sat on my secrets for years
With my stiff upper lip
My composure won’t slip
And I’ve hidden each silent salty tear

I sit on this table for one
And I have been here before
It’s a little less than I’d had in mind
But I wouldn’t ask for more

And my mother she taught me to write
And my father he taught me his trade
And I wish that they could both be here tonight
To see what a mess I’ve made

‘Cause I’ve swallowed my tongue
And I’ve polished my gun
And I’ve sat on my secrets for years
With my stiff upper lip
My composure won’t slip
And I’ve hidden each silent salty tear

My sons and my daughters don’t know me at all
I’ve dug in trenches and put up walls
I whisper I love you each night as they sleep
But no one hears me when I speak
On this table for one

So I sit on this table for one
I won’t go till they tell me to leave
Why’d they teach me to follow my dreams
When dreams are all they can be?

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PASSENGER Walk In The Rain

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I walked the steps of my father today
Worked till I froze and my face turned grey
And all of my fingers calloused and worn to the bone
And I felt like a child in a world full of men
Trying to capture that something again
Strong as an ox but slowly turning to stone

Walking away from this room dark and grey
Smoke hangs in clouds and the old echo plays

And the music is soft
And the voice it is hushed
And the boy he has loved
And the man he has lost

And I walk out in the rain
All over again

I felt the touch of my mother today
Gently pushing me forward again
Closing my eyes but still feeling the way
And I’m clutching at fingers through crumples creases
I came to my senses it cut me to pieces
‘Cause I needed more but I was pulling away

Walking alone with these legs made of stone
I’m almost dry and I’m almost home

Where the photographs smile
And I’m still someone’s child
And my place it is set
So I’ll stay for a while

Till I walk out in the rain
Like water would stain
And I’m born all over again

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