You’re In A Bad Way – Saint Etienne

Of course London’s a big place.
It’s a very big place, Mr Shadrack. A man could lose himself in London. Lose himself. Lose himself. Lose himself in London!

Toast is burned, / and your coffee’s cold, /
and you leave all the post `cause it’s nothing but bills again. /
Home from work, / put the TV on. /
Get your kicks watching Bruce on the old Generation Game /

Just dial my number, / I’ve got some plans for you. /
You’re in a bad way / and I can help you through. /
You’re in a bad way, / every day is just the same. /
Just dial my number / or call my name. /

Jeans are old / and your hair’s all wrong /
Don’t you know that crew-cuts and trainers are out again? /
Going out / you’re feeling low /
Running for cover, it looks like it’s going to rain. / (What a shame.) /

Just dial my number, / I’ve got some plans for you. /
You’re in a bad way / and I can help you through. /
You’re in a bad way, / every day seems just the same. /
Just dial my number / or call my name. /

Just dial my number, / I’ve got some plans for you. /
You’re in a bad way / and I can help you through. /
You’re in a bad way, / every day seems just the same. /
Just dial my number / or call my name. /

You’re in a bad way, / (you’re in a bad way.) /
You’re in a bad way, / (you’re in a bad way.) /
You’re in a bad way, / (you’re in a bad way.) /
You’re in a bad way, / (you’re in a bad way.) /


Lyric You’re In A Bad Way – Saint Etienne