Stereophonics - Traffic Lyrics

Stereophonics Word Gets Around cover art
publisher: ©Universal Music Publishing Group
writers: Kelly Jones, Richard Mark Jones, Stuart Cable
release date: 1997-8-25
popularity : 54 users have visited this page.
genres: Rock
styles: Soft Rock/Brit Pop/Indie Rock
length: 4:54
composer: Stuart Cable, Richard Jones, Kelly Jones
lyricist: Kelly Jones
We all face the same way
Still it takes all day, I take a look to my left
Pick out the worst and the best
She paints her lip greasy and thick
Another mirror stare and she's going where?

Another office affair, to kill an unborn scare?
You talk dirty to a priest, it makes them human at least
But as you're running away, to start a brand new day?
Or she going home, why's she driving alone?

Is anyone going anywhere?
Everyone's gotta be somewhere

She got a body in the boot, or just bags full of food?
Those are models legs, bBut are they women's are they men's?
She shouts down the phone, missed a payment on the loan
She gotta be above the rest keeping up with the best

Is anyone going anywhere?
Everyone's gotta be somewhere

Wait tables for a crook? Wrote a hard back book?
You teach kids how to read? Sell your body on the street?
A nurse without a job? Another uptown snob
But have I got you wrong? One look and you were gone

Is anyone going anywhere?
Is anyone going anywhere?
Is anyone going anywhere?
Everyone's got to be, somewhere

Track Listing
CD 1
  • 1 A Thousand Trees
  • 2 Looks Like Chaplin
  • 3 More Life in a Tramp's Vest
  • 4 Local Boy in the Photograph
  • 5 Traffic
  • 6 Not Up to You
  • 7 Check My Eyelids for Holes
  • 8 Same Size Feet
  • 9 Last of the Big Time Drinkers
  • 10 Goldfish Bowl
  • 11 Too Many Sandwiches
  • 12 Billy Davey's Daughter

  • Album Information
    label: V2
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 5033197004327
    script: Latin