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"Jenny Don't Be Hasty"

You said you'd marry me if I was 23
But I'm one that you can't see if I'm only 18
Tell me who made these rules
Obviously not you
Who are you answering to?

Oh, Jenny don't be hasty
No, don't treat me like a baby
Let me take you where you'll let me
Because leaving just upsets me

I'll be around again to see the other men
They're more adequate in the agedepartment
I did not think you cared.
There'd be no problems here
But now you're looking at me like you're disgusted
Then I'm definitely waiting for you to smile and change your mind
Then I'll say I'm sorry and I'll wrap my arms 'round your body
I really hope that you forgive in a hurry
And don't just ask me to leave

Oh, Jenny don't be hasty
Don't treat me like a baby
Let me take you whereyou'll let me
Because leaving just upsets me

Oh, Jenny you are crazy!
First I'm perfect, then I'm lazy
And I was calling you my baby
Now it sounds like you just left me.
And it kills me! 
"These Streets"

Cross the border,
Into the big bad world
Where it takes you 'bout an hour
Just to cross the road
Just to stumble across another poor old soul from
The dreary old lanes to thehigh-street madness
I fight with my brain to believe my eyes
And it's harder than you think
To believe this sadness
That creeps up my spine
And haunts me through the night
And life is good and the girls are gorgeous
Suddenly the air smells much greener now
And I'm wondering around
With a half pack of cigarettes
Searching for the change that I've lost somehow

These streets have too manynames for me
I'm used to Glenfield road and spending my time down in Orchy
I'll get used to this eventually
I know, I know

Where'd the days go? When all we did was play
And the stress that we were under wasn't stress at all
Just a run and a jump into a harmless fall from
Walking by a high-rise to a landmark square
You see millions of people with millions of cares
And I struggle to thetrain to make my way home
I look at the people as they sit there alone

Life is good, and the sun is shining
Everybody flirts to their ideal place
And the children all smile as a boat shuffled by them
Trying to pretend that they've got some space

These streets have too many names for me
I'm used to Glenfield road and spending my time down in Orchy
I'll get used to this eventually
I know, Iknow

These streets have too many names for me
I'm used to Glenfield road and spending my time down in Orchy
I'll get used to this eventually
I know, I know

Life is good, and the girls are gorgeous
Suddenly the air smells much greener now
And I'm wondering around
With a half pack of cigarettes
Searching for the change that I've lost somehow

These streets have too many names for meI'm used to Glenfield road and spending my time down in Orchy
I'll get used to this eventually
I know, I know

These streets have too many names for me
I'm used to Glenfield road and spending my time down in our Orchy
I'll get used to this eventually
I know, I know 

"Million Faces"

Oh the phone you know it never stops, it's the last thing I hear at night 
And the first thing I hearin the morning. 
And as I start to let it burn my head, you slowly creep into bed 
And i'm done talking 
You say you know how i'm feeling, I just need to try to settle down 

Oh a million faces pass my way 
Oh they're all the same, nothing seem to change anytime I look around 
Oh who knows just what the future holds 
All I want to know is if it's with you 

Tired as hell and falling upthe stairs, filled with a thousand cares as you walk out from the bedroom 
Though it feels like all my fire has gone, you just turn me on 
Can't believe how much I want you 
You say you know how i'm feeling, I just need to try to settle down 

Oh a million faces pass my way 
Oh they're all the same, nothing seem to change anytime I look around 
Oh who knows just what the future holds 
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