"Side By Side" as written by and Laurence Paul Hardy Myles Jonathan Howell....
My life changed the day I met you
That day couldn't have come too soon
I used to think my closest friend was my wrist
But then you, hit me like a ton of bricks

Breast fed as a baby right through my teens
You were meanwhile getting by, by any means
I would do anything just tell me where and when
I'm not afraid of the city at 2 a.m.

Side by side
you can't tell us apart with the naked eye
You may take a second glance
But we never really had a second chance

You were blessed with drop dead good looks
But your face is always hidden away in a book
I'm still considered to be the brains
It's a secret likely not to see the light of day

Side by side
you can't tell us apart with the naked eye
You may take a second glance
But we never really had a second chance

I had a dream that you were put on trial
You stood accused of forever cramping my style
In the mirror was where we discovered the truth
It hurt me more than it could've hurt you

Side by side you
can't tell us apart with the naked eye
You may take a second glance
But we never really had a second chance


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