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Album: Even In The Quietest Moments (1977)
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Songfacts®:

  • This song is about a guy who doesn't like his job, and spends a lot of time daydreaming to make up for the monotony of his everyday existence.
  • This was released as the second single from Even In The Quietest Moments, but it didn't chart. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Daryl - Stoke, Midlands, England, for above 2

Comments: 4

  • Mark from Brighton, MichiganGreat song by a great band.
  • Ethan from Franklin, TnI love the James Bond-esque bit.
  • Anne from Kerrville, Italygreat song...i love supertramp...
  • Dogma from Alexandria, LaMy favorite song on a great album.
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