"Are you getting any better?" as written by and Robert Nassif Daniel James Sanders....

Honey I miss your bright blue eyes,
I've learned from my lessons...
To keep away from you when you're like this...
I mean, when I'm, in the wrong.

Sing it, Sing it,
Sing it, Sing it,

Understand it's just the way I am,
I promised you the world...
Sorry I didn't follow through,
I need you to promise me,

Sing it, Sing it,
Are you getting any better?
Five steps to falling,
Sing it, sing it yeah.
Are you getting any better?
Five steps to falling,
Sing it, sing it yeah.

You're missing from this bed I made for you,
You're missing from this bed I made for you,

You're missing from this bed I made for you,
Bed I made for you!






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"Are You Getting Any Better" as written by Daniel James Sanders Brad Richard Campbell

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    General Commenti love this song,so intence but mellow at the same time.
    samhinton1on January 14, 2006   Link
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    General Commentsooo true! i love how dan realy gets into the 'sing it' bit. first album gyro is great!
    ziggy_who?on February 25, 2008   Link
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    Song FactBrad Campbell, bass/backing vocals: So my favourite song off SSS is Are You Getting Any Better?. I remembered how much I like this song after playing this recently. It’s got a bit of swagger about it but it also kicks your arse at the same time. It's got some really nice grooves happening, so rhythmically it's a lot of fun to play.

    It’s not your typical Gyro song structure either. It’s kind of all over the shop with a couple of verses at the start, a couple of choruses in the middle and then all the other bits after that! It takes you on a bit of an adventure, so I think that’s why I like this one.
    Azazel23on April 16, 2015   Link

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