"Fairytale in the Supermarket" as written by Victoria Aspinall, Georgina Birch, Ana Paula Da Silva and Palsma Blanco....
It makes no difference
Night or day
No one teaches you how to live
Cups of tea are a clock
A clock a clock a clock
Cups of tea are a clock
A clock a clock a clock

The times I forgot but never forgot
I don't know the books that you read
But you don't say
That love never externalizes
You're rereading a book
To feel reassured
By the life of your favorite hero

But don't worry, honey don't worry
This is just a fairytale
Happening in the supermarket

The roots of your thoughts
They're essentially polaroidal
When you look at my picture
Don't say it's your mirror
Don't say we're both paranoid

Tear me make me glad
Don't ask me anything
I'm no secret agent
Got no colours to give to you

But don't worry, honey don't worry
This is just a fairytale
Happening in the supermarket


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"Fairytale in the Supermarket" as written by Palsma R. Blanco Victoria Mary Aspinall

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