Fantasic Voyage

Album: Lodger (1979)
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  • In the event that this fantastic voyage
    Should turn to erosion and we never get old
    Remember it's true, dignity is valuable
    But our lives are valuable too

    We're learning to live with somebody's depression
    And I don't want to live with somebody's depression
    We'll get by, I suppose
    It's a very modern world, but nobody's perfect
    It's a moving world, but that's no reason
    Shoot some of those missiles
    Think of us as fatherless scum
    It won't be forgotten
    'Cause we'll never say anything nice again, will we?

    And the wrong words make you listen
    In this criminal world
    Remember it's true, loyalty is valuable
    But our lives are valuable too

    We're learning to live with somebody's depression
    And I don't want to live with somebody's depression
    We'll get by I suppose
    But any sudden movement I've got to write it down
    They wipe out an entire race and I've got to write it
    down
    But I'm still getting educated but I've got to write it down
    And it won't be forgotten
    'Cause I'll never say anything nice again, how can I? Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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