In the afternoon
On the porch in the wicker chair
I’m listening again,
To your life story
There’s nothing you can say,
To make me go away
‘Cause I don’t believe you
In the afternoon

You try to put your hands up
And I put mine to shush you quiet
That argument won’t stand up
I’m so convinced so otherwise
I’m deaf but not blind,
And what you did does not matter
‘Cause you’re so easy to find
And it’s so easy to flatter you

In the afternoon
On the porch in the wicker chair

If you’re really so shy, love
Something blocks me from knowing
The sunshine gives you a halo
Your gold slip is showing
I’m deaf but not blind
What you did doesn’t matter
You’re so easy to find
And it’s so easy to flatter you

In the afternoon
On the porch in the wicker chair

In the afternoon
On the porch in the wicker chair
I’m listening again
To your life story
There’s nothing you can say
To make me go away
‘Cause I don’t believe you
In the afternoon
In the afternoon
In the afternoon


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