"The Bad Photographer" as written by Bob Stanley, Peter Stewart Wiggs and Jane Cracknell Sarah....
Last Thursday,
5:30
A shoot in Ladbrook Grove
Hours later
Hey waiter
Could you pour some more of those?

(All for you)
And when I'm all alone
(All for you)
I'm by the microphone
(All for you)
I see your photograph
(All for you)
Don't even want to laugh

Some secret
Must keep it
Hey, I wouldn't know who to tell
Next morning
Fair warning
Ooh, have you got something to sell?

(All for you)
And when I'm all alone
(All for you)
I'm by the microphone
(All for you)
I see your photograph
(All for you)
Don't even want to laugh

Wide awake
The cold cold light of day
Realize my taste
My taste just slips away
I say my taste just slips away

(All for you)
And when I'm all alone
(All for you)
I'm by the microphone
(All for you)
It's all for you
(All for you)
I see your photograph
(All for you)
Don't even want to laugh

Days later
Saw the paper
How did I fall for you?

(All for you)
And when I'm all alone
(All for you)
I'm by the microphone
(All for you)
It's all for you
(All for you)
I see your photograph
(All for you)
Don't even want to laugh

(All for you)
And when I'm all alone
(All for you)
I'm by the microphone
(All for you)
It's all for you
(All for you)
And I see your photograph
(All for you)
(It's all for you)
Don't even want to laugh


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"The Bad Photographer" as written by Peter Stewart Wiggs Bob Stanley

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    Song MeaningA model, singer or celebrity is Ladbroke Grove, on a photo shoot. She goes home with the photographer who later sells pictures of her to a tabloid redtop.
    matthewsheffieldon July 10, 2011   Link

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