"Scenery" as written by and Malcolm Middleton Aidan Moffat....
You used to be part of the scenery
But now I know your name
And my mind wonders what my hands would do
To make sure that you came

She hardly said a word again tonight
I threw a book and grabbed my keys
And on the way here, I swore to myself
I'd fuck whoever I please

Everywhere I go
There's so much on show
Everyone is beautiful
And I stay dutiful

The only solid solution is to sever my hands
Stitch my mouth up, I'll blind me
Wrap me up and pack me tight
Leave me somewhere you'll never find me

Everywhere I go
There's so much on show
Everyone is beautiful
But I stay dutiful

It must just be the sun
And my desire for fun
If you did it, would you tell us?
I think I'll always be jealous



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"Scenery" as written by Malcolm Middleton Aidan Moffat

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    General CommentA perfect picture of my life the past 5 years. I love the words: "She hardly said a word again tonight, I threw a book and grabbed my keys..etc" I don't know if it's a good thing but they paint pictures that so closely resembles my life sometimes...
    forgotten412on October 29, 2007   Link

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