"Swimming Pool" as written by Tracyanne Campbell, John Henderson, Gavin James Mcgregor Dunbar, Kenneth John Mckeeve, Lindsay Boyd, Lee Alexander Thomson and David John Skirving....
My head's been lying dormant like a sleepy little mouse
What I have inside me it's enough to fill a house
Don't get maudlin on me cause I'm not fit for it
I'd make you another offer will it do the trick

All my days inactive will be justified
Awaken from a slumber to a roller coaster ride

Don't get wise to everyone and everything
Leave a little room for some naivete

To say that we will never part
And you will always have my heart
Is something that I can't deny
And you must never ever try
To go and lead a separate life
It's something I will never do, without you

To say that we will never part
And you will always have my heart
Is something that I can't deny
And you must never ever try
To go end lead a separate life
Is something I will never do, without you

Don't get wise to everyone and everything
Just leave a little room for some naivete

Swimming in a pool of all clear
Swimming in a pool of all clear


Lyrics submitted by soapboxracer

"Swimming Pool" as written by Gavin James Mcgregor Dunbar David John Skirving

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    General Commentcant believe nobody commented this song. it's beautiful, an amazing love song. "dont get wise to everyone and everything, just leave a little room for some naivete" might mean to not get too serious or stuck up, but to leave room to have fun and be naieve or like a child, etc.
    pennywinterson July 20, 2006   Link
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    My OpinionThis song's just brilliant.
    loumiion August 22, 2011   Link

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