A Child Lost In Tesco (McGuinness Eugene)

I climbed up the dizzy heights Just me, and the moon in an empty sky The tiny cars, and trucks, and fairy lights As if the stars never learned how to fly And like a child lost in Tesco I'm walking down the middle of every aisle What I'm looking for, I don't know Just want my name to be passed around for a while I'm staring at a lady's face So young, but weathered, dead with fake tan Heavy earrings dangle, oh with no grace And she's pushing an empty pram Just like a child lost in Tesco But she's climbing up the dizzy heights Of the sweetness of going solo But oh, the bitterness of lonely nights, the bitterness of lonely nights The bitterness of lonely nights (Thanks to Neon for these lyrics) I climbed up the dizzy heights Just me, and the moon in an empty sky The tiny cars, and trucks, and fairy lights As if the stars never learned how to fly And like a child lost in Tesco I'm walking down the middle of every aisle What I'm looking for, I don't know Just want my name to be passed around for a while I'm staring at a lady's face So young, but weathered, dead with fake tan Heavy earrings dangle, oh with no grace And she's pushing an empty pram Just like a child lost in Tesco But she's climbing up the dizzy heights Of the sweetness of going solo But oh, the bitterness of lonely nights, the bitterness of lonely nights The bitterness of lonely nights