"You and Me" as written by Kerry Shaw, James Neville Topham and Ian Alec Harvey Dench....
Before and after are not the same
Sounds so strange when you use my name
You ask me questions with no replies
There's an emotion there I can't quite find
I say I'm leaving, You look surprised
In the dark still after last night

So I disappear into the city streets,
With all the other armour plated personalities,
While you hide under the crumpled sheets
And that's all there is to you and me.

Coincidences aren't hard to find,
If you're looking for some kind of sign
But it's not always two souls entwined
Seems we both just forgot our lines
If you feel rejected or compromised you won't express it, no long goodbyes

So I disappear into the city streets.
I look lovely in the morning apparently
But it's a game of bluff and double bluff I see
And that's all there is to you and me

So I disappear into the city streets,
With all the other armour plated personalities,
While you hide under the crumpled sheets
And that's all there is to you and me.


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"You and Me" as written by James Neville Topham Ian Alec Harvey Dench

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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