"Daphne" as written by Glenn Martin Tilbrook and Christopher Henry Difford....
Daphne
Don't be ridiculous
This silence is killing us
Talk to me
Speaking with a loving tongue
Give life a sense of fun
Daphne
Don't be so cavalier
All that you want is here
Talk to me
Speak with your pretty eyes
Not without compromise

If you're used to a life of farces
Playing games of judge and jury
You know when you're wearing those glasses
You look like Nana Mouskouri

Daphne
Laugh and take silly time
Leave sadness way behind
Talk to me
Tell jokes and belly laugh
Don't cut your life in half

Daphne
Shelley wrote verse for you
He would have wanted to
Talk to me
Saying I must be thick
Love is a lunatic

If you're used to a life of farces
Playing games of judge and jury
You know when you're wearing those glasses
You look like Nana Mouskouri
So you can be adjourned
Daphne I'm so concerned

Daphne
Don't be ridiculous
This silence is killing us
Talk to me


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"Daphne" as written by Glenn Tilbrook Chris Difford

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