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2:59
A1


Mark:
Sunday Football I got booed off the pitch
Some people gamble as a way to get rich
I got to find a better way to invest in zeroes oh
Cigarettes may damage your wealth
I'd rather save it all to spend on myself
I got a letter of eviction and I'm no hero

Ben:
I'm not a saver I'm a spender
I'm a one weekender

Paul:
Chorus:
What can we do when our two worlds collide
there's only ten ways to survive all the chances of knowing
After a hard day at work I go home
I don't know where I'm going but I'm ready to go
I made a lot of money but got nothing to show
And now it's 2: 59
and I'm still waiting for the train to go home

Christian:
I've been thinking 'bout the meaning of life
Plenty of butter but I don't have a knife
Sure beats the hell out of waiting for a ticket to Rino
Watching Tv makes me really upset
I wonder why I haven't been on it yet
I'm still waiting for a part in a Tarantino

Ben:
I'm not a saver I'm a spender
I'm a one weekender

Paul:
Chorus:
What can we do when our two worlds collide
there's only ten ways to survive all the chances of knowing
After a hard day at work I go home
You know I don't know where I'm going but I'm ready to go
I made a lot of money but got nothing to show
And now it's 2: 59
and I'm still waiting for the train to go home
Yeah yeah i said i wanna go home

What can we do when our two worlds collide
ahhhhhhhhh
After a hard day at work I go home
I don't know where I'm going but I'm ready to go
I said I made alot of money but got nothing to show
And now it's 2: 59
and I'm still waiting for the train to go home
Yeah I'm waiting for the train to go home


A1

A1 (stylised as a1) is an Anglo-Norwegian boyband whose first single, "Be The First To Believe", was released in 1999. The band consists of Mark Read, Ben Adams and Christian Ingebrigtsen.

The group's publicity mainly focuses on the fact that they write the majority of their own songs and the three band members also play their own instruments.

In 2000, they achieved their two number one singles in the UK; a cover of a-ha’s 1985 single “Take On Me” and “Same Old Brand New You”. ... Read More