"Silver" as written by Andy Bell, Lawrence Colbert, Mark Gardener and Steve Queralt....
Who said 'time heals all wounds',
I think it was me before I met you,
Your silver chains have slit my wrists,
When I fell in love, I never asked for this.
All this time, and I still can't see,
How your poisoned mind still poisons me.
The silver chains around your neck,
Cut my throat, when you turned your back.
I've tried so hard to keep control,
But the thought of you,
Keeps tearing at my soul.


Lyrics submitted by middledistancerunner

"Silver" as written by Laurence John Colbert Andrew Bell

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    General CommentEven as a moody, poetically doomed teenager, I recognised this as a level of self-pity to which even I could not throw myself without being rather ashamed.

    Weren't girls terrible when you were a teenager. All they did was wander around emotionally disembowelling (or in this case, wrist- and throat-slitting) innocent young men. So cruel.

    I don't think I could sing this now without laughing.
    atroposon October 05, 2007   Link

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