I’m sending you this note
From a Northern England coast
Stating I’m so glad that you’re not here
'Cause you’ve got some mouth on you
It’s loud enough for two
And you screamingly proved
Just how little you knew
Oh…
You don’t have to tell me
I was a terrible man
I’m already quite aware
Yet so glad to finally have you out of my head
Oh...

I’m sending you this note
From a Northern England coast
It’s stating I’m so glad that you’re not here
'Cause you’ve got some mouth on you
It’s loud enough for two
And you screamingly proved
Just how little you knew
Oh…
You don’t have to tell me
I was a terrible man
I’m already quite aware
Yet so glad to finally have you out of my head

And now you’re gone
You’re finally gone

'Cause you’ve got some mouth on you
It’s loud enough for two
And you screamingly proved
Just how little you knew
Oh …
You don’t have to tell me
I was a terrible man
I’m already quite aware
Yet so glad to finally have you out of my head

And now you’re gone
You’re finally gone


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D Minor song meanings
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    General CommentI believe it says "have you out of my hair" - not "head"
    1931on December 12, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI don't think the song name is D Minor. I visited the Nightmare Of You myspace page, and it has the same song on it's play under a different name that I think is You Don't Have To Tell Me I Was A Terrible Man.
    electronicaon May 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI don't think the song name is D Minor. I visited the Nightmare Of You myspace page, and it has the same song on it's play under a different name that I think is You Don't Have To Tell Me I Was A Terrible Man.
    electronicaon May 29, 2006   Link

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