Anson Seabra – Somewhere in Ann Arbor

[00:00.000] 作词 : Anson Long-Seabra
[00:01.000] 作曲 : Anson Long-Seabra
[00:10.612]Somewhere in Ann Arbor there’s a broken traffic light
[00:15.453]Blinking softly for an audience of one
[00:21.539]A boy who takes his comfort in the shelter of the night
[00:25.985]And stays up until the morning just because
[00:31.777]Somewhere in Ann Arbor there’s an empty parking lot
[00:36.916]Where he likes to go and look up at the moon
[00:43.037]Ask himself where things went wrong and why he feels so caught
[00:47.767]And hopes that things start changing someday soon
[00:52.535]
[00:53.330]Oh, he’s got it all
[00:57.803]He’s got the life that they all said that he would want
[01:03.814]And oh, he’s got it good
[01:08.321]So why the hell can’t he start feeling like he should
[01:13.953]
[01:14.837]Somewhere in Ann Arbor there’s a table set for two
[01:19.414]Where he’d like to find some company to share
[01:25.227]Spends the evening spilling his whole life to someone new
[01:30.221]Perfect smile and a ribbon in her hair
[01:35.989]Somewhere in Ann Arbor there’s a vacant hotel room
[01:40.620]Where he leaves all of his lovers high and dry
[01:46.785]Pretends he’s got the thing they want and when he has them fooled
[01:51.661]He crumbles and escapes into the night
[01:55.949]
[01:57.497]Oh, he’s got it all
[02:01.577]He’s got the life that they all said that he would want
[02:07.775]And oh, he’s got it good
[02:12.571]So why the hell can’t he start feeling like he should
[02:18.623]Mmm, mmm
[02:29.237]Mmm, mmm
[02:39.929]Oh, he’s got it all
[02:44.266]He’s got the life that they all said that he would want
[02:50.577]And oh, he’s got it good
[02:55.104]So why the hell can’t he start feeling like he should
[03:01.284]And oh, he’s got it all
[03:05.665]He’s got the life that they all said that he would want
[03:11.749]And oh, he’s got it good
[03:16.373]So why the hell can’t he start feeling like he should

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