Can't Talk Anymore

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The Vapors

The Vapors were a New Wave and power pop band from England, that existed between 1979 and 1981. They had a hit with the song "Turning Japanese" in 1980, which reached No. 3 in the UK Singles Chart, and No. 36 in the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart. more »

Just another Tuesday afternoon
Just another sudden squalid squall
Just another day to stay in bed
Just another dismal rendezvous

Only I can see beneath the sheets
Only I can satisfy my god
Only know knows why I was ever born
Only I can tell me but I won't say a word

I can't talk anymore

Don't you know it's hard to stay awake
Don't you know it's hard to face the floor
Don't you ever make the same mistake
Only I can tell you but I won't say a word

I can't talk anymore

Can't pull the curtains
Cause there's something in the sky
The animal inside me
Sits and begs for suicide
And rain comes pouring through my pillow
I'm so affected by the smallest thing I do
Nothing I remember 
Hurts me half as much as you
Look at my hands, pretty picture
Look at my head, simple head
Look at my eyes, in the mirror
Looks like someone else in stead

I didn't learn about this at school
There's nothing in the papers
Or my discharge report
Someone's on the phone
They've got a message for my dog
Someone's in the bathroom
When I've got to use the bog

Angers on the road to pulling through
Can't you keep it quiet
I'll put a contract on you
Don't you say a word
Don't you even breathe a sigh
David's life's in danger
He's on a permanent high

He can't talk anymore
I can't talk anymore
What did I do last night

Written by: DAVID FENTON

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