Walking Wounded 

I remember first hearing this song on the radio in the car. I think it was the Sunday chart show. I’d never heard anything like it before and it blew me away. I must have been 14 or 15. Twenty years later it still has the same effect on me and the lyrics mean more than they ever did! 

Walking Wounded

Out amongst the walking wounded, every face on every bus 

Is you and me and him and her and nothing can replace the us I knew 

Nothing can replace the us I knew 
And no, I’m never gonna let you go 

And no, I’m never gonna let you go

And now I know I had a choice though you never made it clear to me 

I thought you never felt it deeply 

Now I’m never gonna let you go 

Now I’m never gonna let you go

Cause I could have loved you forever 

I could have loved you forever
What do you want from me? Are you trying to punish me? 

Punish me for loving you, punish me for giving to you 

Punish me for nothing I do, punish me for nothing 

You punish me for nothing, for nothing 
Out amongst the walking wounded, every face on every bus 

Is you and me and him and her and nothing can replace the us I knew 

Nothing can replace the us I knew 
Now I’m never gonna let you go

Now I’m never gonna let you go

And now I know I had a choice though you never made it clear to me 

I thought you never felt it deeply 

Now I’m never gonna let you go 

Now I’m never gonna let you go

Cause I could have loved you forever 

Oh I could have loved you forever 
What do you want from me? , Are you trying to punish me? 

Punish me for loving you, punish me for giving to you 

Punish me for nothing I do, punish me for nothing 

You punish me for nothing, for nothing 
Out amongst the walking wounded, every face on every bus 

Is you and me and him and her and nothing can replace the us I knew 

Nothing can replace the us I knew 

Out amongst the walking wounded, every face on every train 

Is you and me and him and her, some days I think I could go insane 

Some days I think I could go insane

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