"Not Surprised" as written by Nicholas Hodgson, Charles Richard Wilson, Nicholas Baines, Andrew Robert White and James Rix....
Hey, I'm back again
Did I see you in the park?
But the evening came
And I lost you in the dark

Passed the village green
Where you were crouching by the bins
You were on your own
And hanging by the swings

And I was surprised
Now I'm not surprised
That you changed your mind
And you tried to hide (x2)

And I don't feel comfortable talking
To anybody except you
I don't feel comfortable talking
To anybody else

Hey, I'm back again
Was the world too small for you?
You were gone a year
And you'd done everything to do

It's a sad affair
Because nobody ever wins
Down the fire escape
I'll meet you by the bins

And I was surprised
Now I'm not surprised
That you changed your mind
And you tried to hide (x2)

And I don't feel comfortable talking
To anybody except you
I don't feel comfortable talking
To anybody else

And so far it's been civilised
So far it's been fine
It's just the way it used to be
Remember that you're mine

And I don't feel comfortable talking
To anybody except you
I don't feel comfortable talking
To anybody else (x2)






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"Not Surprised" as written by Charles Richard Wilson Andrew Robert White

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    General Commenti think it's about the guy losing his girlfriend and she says that she wants to do other things in the world, but in the end she doesn't have the guts to do it, she is as vulnerable as he is. Should have been on the album, great tune.
    ganz108on April 10, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think it's about the guy losing his girlfriend and she says that she wants to do other things in the world, but in the end she doesn't have the guts to do it, she is as vulnerable as he is. Should have been on the album, great tune.
    ganz108on April 10, 2007   Link

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