Standing up on Dalys Hill
( you now)
I hope that you're not around when I'm still here
( you now)
Could you turn around and let me feel
(you now)
What it is you think that I conceal

But you want and I know that you wonder
And you know, I'll never tie you down let you go
And now your days are numbered, having too much

But you want and I know that you wonder
And you know, I'll never tie you down let you go
Now your days are numbered, having too much
Having too much

This is a bad idea
(you now)
Cos all your other friends emit the fear
(you now)
I'll only say it once and then
(you now)
Medicate the head to make it clear

But you want and I know that you wonder
And you know, I'll never tie you down let you go
Now your days are numbered, having too much

But you want and I know that you wonder
And you know, I'll never tie you down let you go
Now your days are numbered, having too much
Having too much

That's all you get from me
I hope you follow now and head with speed
I think to mend this now would add
Another to my line of travesties

But you want and I know that you wonder
And you know, I'll never tie you down let you go
Now your days are numbered, having too much

But you want and I know that you wonder
And you know, I'll never tie you down let you go
Now your days are numbered, having too much
Having too much
Having too much
Having too much
Having too much
Having too


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    General Commentok so two years after posting about the distortion track i FINALLY get an album by wilt - how shocked was i too find out theyre irish!!! woohoo!!! bout time for some homegrown talent, they arent living up to potential howver.

    ANYWAY this track is excellent, its the kind that pulls at your emotions - well for me anyway. kinda like a less effective equivalent of 'uncle pat' by ash. but briliant in its own way
    Pixyon February 20, 2005   Link

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