"Paris" as written by Peter William Wareham and Sebastian Ashley Sam Rochford....
Felled the rain and its thumb with its fury
Don't say I didn't have passion
You were acting a scene from that film
Butter covered your probing fingers

I hold tight - you take it away
Rivers flow through our kiss
Had your conscious made you a martyr?
Liquid slides down my double-body

It's true that times that I'm without us
Now I'm free from your poison-grip
My memory has left you burning
Cool waters sooth my wasted soul

If you gave me a dog it would bite me
If you planted a rose it would die
And your songbird, it sings just to spite me
It is over, don't kiss me good-bye

If you gave me a dog it would bite me
If you planted a rose it would die
And your songbird, it sings just to spite me
It is over, don't kiss me good-bye

If you gave me a dog it would bite me
If you planted a rose it would die
And your songbird, it sings just to spite me
It is over, don't kiss me good-bye


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