Don't Ever Run

Don't Ever Run Lyrics Meanings
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Don't Ever Run Lyrics

On a park bench
By the Finchley Underground
I can hear you
In the sweet, sad sounds of Japan
Over somebody's headphones

There's an oak tree
Like a lampshade over the sun
Where the dogs lie
And they dream of life on the run
Prior to domestication

I wrote this song for NPR
Now that it's done
If it should find you where you are
Don't ever run
Don't ever run again

In the back row
Me and David Sylvian
We can hear you
As the national anthem begins
Over the sound of fireworks

I wrote this song for NPR
And I'm overcome
If it should find you where you are
Don't ever run
Don't ever run again

Writer(s): Kenneth Double
Copyright(s): Lyrics © DistroKid
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