From the album A Class Act (2016)

If there’s one thing I’ve learnt on the road
Honey, don’t fall for the clown
They’re the boys with sad eyes, and dark souls
And chasing laughs means they’re missing soon as you turn around
But I came to see you, to meet you
It’s been a long time since I got to speak with you
And you left me here with a drink and my coat all alone

So I walk out the bar, get on to the train
Walk home in the dark, by myself again
And if I think of you, it’s with disdain
Cause you never did treat me right
I get to the door, I let myself in
There’s no shame anymore, I know where I’ve been
And I know what I’ve done, and it’s not a sin
No, I’m feeling fine
I think I’ll be alright

I was waking and far, far from home
And he stood before me and gave me his smile
And when I took to the stage, he took his turn
To see me share a little too much, get a little too wild
But he came to watch me, to dislodge me
It had been a long time since someone had touched me
In the morning I woke, I put on my face and was gone

So I get in the lift, out to the street
The city’s so still, I’m light on my feet
And if I think of you, it’s with a tongue in my cheek
Cause you never did treat me right
I get to the cafe and my day begins
There’s no shame anymore, I know where I’ve been
And I know what I’ve done, and it’s not a sin
No, I’m feeling fine
I think I’ll be alright

One too far gone, and one just too close
I played the wrong cards, it’s just mirrors and smoke
Stand up, stood up
The joke’s on me
The joke’s on me

So I walk out the bar, get on to the train
Whiskey-soaked in the dark, by myself again
And if I think of you, it’s with disdain
Cause you never did treat me right, treat me right
I get to the door, I let myself in
There’s no shame anymore, I know where I’ve been
And I know what I’ve done, and it’s not a sin
No, I’m feeling fine
Yeah, I’m alright
Mmm

If there’s one thing I’ve learnt on the road, yeah
Honey, don’t fall for the clown