"Split Screen" as written by Sarah Cracknell, Bob Stanley and Pete Wiggs....
Today I got up easy
You know I'm not a morning person
Never said I was leaving
I wasn't sure until this morning

Split screen our apartment
Where you still lie there sleeping
Keep feeling old cafes
He's the one who needs you baby

Will you really miss me
Will you really think about me
Yeah I'd like to think so
But as they say I'm always dreaming

Goodbye to the tower blocks
Last look at the town I'm leaving
Tall buildings and offices
And this all full of memories baby

Now I really don't care
'Cause I'm dying to get the sun in my hair
Yeah I really don't care
That I'm here and you're still there

Yeah I really don't care
'Cause I'm going to breathe the country air

Yeah I really don't care but it's okay

I've been driving for ages
Your tapes are starting to bore me
Well I think I should stop now
I'm not sure if I should call you

Split screen our apartment
Where you have seen my letters
Well I know its not Venus
But the scenery's getting better baby

Now I really don't care
'Cause I'm dying to get the sun in my hair
Yeah I really don't care
That I'm here and you're still there

Yeah I really don't care
'Cause I'm going to breathe the country air

Yeah I really don't care but it's okay

'Cause I'm dying to get the sun in my hair
Yeah I really don't care
That I'm here and you're still there

Yeah I really don't care
'Cause I'm going to breathe the country air

Yeah I really don't care but it's okay


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"Split Screen" as written by Peter Stewart Wiggs Bob Stanley

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentA lot of their songs suggest movie story-lines, but remain obscure and suggestive. This one really is a treatment for a movie scene.
    jrm36on September 12, 2007   Link

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