"Dear Sally" as written by Ben Parker and Jason Hazeley....
Dear Sally
I always hoped that you would see more,
I always hoped that we would stay a slower side of this.

Dear Sally
I had you nosebleed pedestal high,
You were my Cinderella, Wife of Bath and my Nancy Drew,
What a joke, what a joke, what a joke.
Did you forget that they'd forgotten us?
Do I look surprised?
Who did you screw to become so see-through?
What did you cost?
You're an advert for it.

Dear Sally
When I arrived you'd already gone,
And now you've left the Rubicon you'll always be ahead

Dear Sally
I haven't given up on you yet,
But if the penny ever drops, I hope I run a mile.
Did you forget that they'd forgotten us?
Do I look surprised?
Who did you screw to become so see-through?
What did you cost?
You're an advert for it.

Does your boyfriend work for MTV?
Does he throw a fit and talk of me?
Social spastic.
Who did you screw to become so see-through?
What did you cost?
You're an advert for it.


Lyrics submitted by kid galahad

"Dear Sally" as written by Jason Hazeley Ben Parker

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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