(We Are) The Road Crew

Album: Ace Of Spades (1980)
  • Another town another place,
    Another girl, another face,
    Another truce, another race,
    I'm eating junk, feeling bad,
    Another night, I'm going mad,
    My woman's leaving, I feel sad,
    But I just love the life I lead,
    Another beer is what I need,
    Another gig my ears bleed,
    We Are The Road Crew

    Another town I've left behind,
    Another drink completely blind,
    Another hotel I can't find,
    Another backstage pass for you,
    Another tube of super glue,
    Another border to get through,
    I'm driving like a maniac,
    Driving my way to hell and back,
    Another room a case to pack,
    We Are The Road Crew

    Another hotel we can burn,
    Another screw, another turn,
    Another Europe map to learn,
    Another truckstop on the way,
    Another game I learn to play,
    Another word I learn to say,
    Another bloody customs post,
    Another fucking foreign coast,
    Another set of scars to boast,
    We Are The Road Crew

    Writer/s: EDWARD ALAN CLARKE, IAN KILMISTER, PHILIP JOHN TAYLOR
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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