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Came in from a rainy Thursday on the avenue Thought I heard you talking softly. I turned on the lights, the TV and the radio Still I can’t escape the ghost of you What has happened to it all? Crazy, some’d say, Where is the life that I recognize? Gone away But I won’t cry for yesterday, there’s an ordinary world, Somehow I have to find. And as I try to make my way, to the ordinary world I will learn to survive. Passion or coincidence once prompted you to say "Pride will tear us both apart" Well now pride’s gone out the window cross the rooftops, run away, Left me in the vacuum of my heart. What is happening to me? Crazy, some’d say, Where is my friend when I need you most? Gone away But I won’t cry for yesterday, there’s an ordinary world, Somehow I have to find. And as I try to make my way, to the ordinary world I will learn to survive. Papers in the roadside tell of suffering and greed Feared today, forgot tomorrow Ooh, here besides the news of holy war and holy need Ours is just a little sorrowed talk And I don’t But I won’t cry for yesterday, there’s an ordinary world, Somehow I have to find. And as I try to make my way, to the ordinary world I will learn to survive. Every world, is my world (I will learn to survive) Any world, is my world (I will learn to survive) Any world, is my world Every world is my world Songwriters: Andy Taylor / Fernando Gonzales De Canales / Jaime Martinez Stinus / Javier Gurruchaga Iriarte / John Taylor / Luis Alberto De Cuenca Y Prado / Nick Rhodes / Roger Taylor / Simon Le Bon Ordinary World lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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