Crying In Public

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lyrics

Summer comes round with a sigh, a long awaited apology
Too little, too late
You're tired of crying, sick of hiding, your body's worn and dull
But it's good to be outside

And the streets look exactly as when you left them, why the mild surprise?
It's the same town with a little less colour now

Winter held you at knife point, now it's hard to recall
What made you feel so small
And you're fine until they play the song she'd put on repeat
To wake you

But now there's a lump in your throat and your vision's blurred with tears
The cashier looks at you blankly as you quickly take your change
And stumble onto the street where the sunlight stings your face
How could everybody carry on as if the whole world hadn't just undergone
A transformation, a change of heart, a loss of meaning, an empty start

So you make your excuses, push your way past the people
To some empty side road
Well there's no need to feel stupid, don't beat yourself up
You're doing fine

Still it's hard when nothing makes any sense, what did you expect?
You can read the signs, still you draw a blank

And now there's a lump in your throat and your vision's blurred with tears
The cashier looks at you blankly as you quickly take your change
And stumble onto the street where the sunlight stings your face
How could everybody carry on as if the whole world hadn't just undergone
A transformation, a change of heart, a loss of meaning, an empty start

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from Working Weeks, track released June 27, 2016

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