I’ll take a page and try to read it to you
cos I write the stuff I find it hard to speak
I echo all the words you leave
I only dress them up in mystery

On any morning you can tell the story
Cos I only ever give myself a fright
But if you’re feeling just alright
Please don’t dress it all up in love
You think that this will do for now
Someone somewhere somehow

On Friday morning in the court of petty sessions
Under bail act of 1982
I took a pledge to understand
Agreeing to comply with demands

At any moment you will hear her calling
Like no one ever spoke to her before
But I only ever tried my luck
I hardly need to dress it up at all
You think that this will do for now
Someone somewhere somehow

Early morning without any warning
I heard some words I hoped you’d never say
And I wrestle with the thought of it
And bit me lip each time I hear her name
You think that this will do for now
Someone somewhere somehow


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