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HYYTS – Lonely People Lyrics

Lonely People By HYYTS

Have you seen the lonely people
They’re queuing down the street
For the loud and the dark places
Where the floors stick to your feet
They dye their hair and wear old clothes and hold each other tight
Cos they’re so scared of being alone
Well so am I

Singing so am I so am I so am I
I have no idea what I’m doing here
But that’s alright that’s alright that’s alright
I kinda like feeling weird

So Spend your money Move your body on a Tuesday night
Sing along to white Ferrari at the traffic lights
you’ll remember how it feels and you’ll hold it deep inside for the rest of your life

So buy yourself a bottle of some cheap red wine
And go get your heart broken for the fifteenth time
You’ll remember how it feels and you’ll hold it deep inside
For the rest of your life

Have you seen the lonely people they’re growing up so fast
They rebel against the state just like their mums and dads
Then all the things that seemed so crazy change before their eyes
And now I think I’d like a garden in the summertime

In the summertime summertime summertime
When the sunset glows like a tv show
And you say who am I who am I who am I
I’m not ashamed to say that I don’t know

So Spend your money Move your body on a Tuesday night
Sing along to white Ferrari at the traffic lights
you’ll remember how it feels and you’ll hold it deep inside for the rest of your life

So buy yourself a bottle of some cheap red wine
And go get your heart brokenfor the fifteenth time
You’ll remember how it feels and you’ll hold it deep inside
For the rest of your life

And all the lonely people sing
We’ll be in our feelings in the middle of the night
Well sing along at the traffic lights
Well I know it isn’t easy and you’re terrified
Well that’s alright honey so am I
Cos I don’t know if we’ll make it but I know we gotta try for the rest of our lives

Have you seen the lonely people
They’re queuing down the street
I hope they never change
I hope they get some sleep
I hope they know they’re beautiful
And I’ll love them for the rest of my life