"Me, You And Everybody" as written by and Ian Thomas/blackburn Ball....
I guess you'll find a reason to walk out on me
I guess in time we'll all return to the scene
Awake the old dog in me.

Our love was blind, a love unpretentious and free
Our love was blind, but now my love's leavin' me
Today or tonight you will see

I've got a hopeless memory
That you'll remember me
Do not waste your sympathy
It all runs off of me

Though the wind blows you've drawn its call from my sins
God knows rainbows but you seem only too pale
A little or nothing prevails

I've got a timeless melody
That I sing out of key
Do not waste your energy
It all runs off of
Me, and you, and everybody
Me, and you, and everybody

Someday you'll say I wish you were here in my arms
Til then I'll pray that you'll submit to my charms
Always keep safe from harm
Always keep safe from harm

I've got a loveless melody
So please remember me
Do not waste your sympathy
It all runs off of
Me, and you, and everybody
Me, and you, and everybody


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"Me, You and Everybody" as written by Ian Thomas Ball Benjamin Joseph Ottewell

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    General CommentIt's about a relationship split that really effected the narrator. He just spends the whole time hoping that the relationship meant nothing to the girl. He's worried she'll forget about him and he'll be nothing to her. He also doesn't want people to fuss over him, he'll just pray for her return.
    Eskimo_8on May 25, 2005   Link

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