"I Got You (At The End Of The Century)" as written by and Jeffrey Scott Tweedy....
got you and it's all I need [Repeat: x3]
I got you
I got you and I still believe
That you're all that I'll ever need
It's you

All
All the way back in the seventies
You were my little t.v. queen
Y'er tarzan and friend Janine
I got you
I got you and I still believe
That you're all that I'll ever need
It's you

All
It's the end of the century
I can't think of anything
Except you
It's the end of the century
And I can't think of anything
But you, all, all, I, need

I got you
I got you, babe
I got you [Repeat: x4]


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"I Got You" as written by Jeffrey Scott Tweedy Jeff Tweedy

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    General Commentfinding someone, and knowing you will always be contempt with them.
    barr27on March 22, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI think Tweedy is playing with the with the belief that everyone had at the turn of the century that the world was going to end. It's like he's thinking about what he needs to survive in his bomb shelter and she's all he can think of. Sweet.
    SomethingCleveron February 05, 2005   Link
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    General Commenti don't have you, but i still believe that you're all i'll ever need...
    iheartmym0mon March 26, 2005   Link

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