"Another Hollow Line" as written by Henry Dartnall, Thomas Dartnall and Oliver Askew....
A lonely smile in the clouds
And the smell of foreign bodies
He waits for you to ask him out
3 hours sitting in the lobby

It's another hollow line
From a wooden body
And you know you love him
Because you know he loves you

Hollow line
Waste of time
Hollow line
Just another hollow line

I heard you getting into zen
And you've got a buddhist friend
I didn't think you had the patience
I guess you've proved me wrong again

Who are you?
Who are you?

Hollow line
Waste of time
Hollow line
Just another hollow line

One day you're sitting very still
And repeating of a burden
Then next you are wearing faberge (oh dear)
On your way to Covent Garden

It's another hollow line
From a wooden body
And you know you love him
Because you know he loves you

Who are you?
Who are you?

Hollow line
Waste of time
Hollow line
Waste of time * 3
Hollow line
Just another hollow line!


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"Another Hollow Line" as written by Oliver Askew Henry Dartnall

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    General CommentThe phrase "It's not in what you say, it's in what you do" springs to mind. Great song this. Ridiculously high note on the 'and you know you love him' line though!
    theviewfromhereon November 30, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think this one's about empty words... sort of saying that when you flirt with people sometimes you don't really mean it? &that if you don't know yourself then how can you get to know other people? hmmm... any thoughts?
    xXx
    em_fataleon June 04, 2007   Link

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